Race Not Run

Crowley, Michael
December 2000
New Republic;12/18/2000, Vol. 223 Issue 25, p17
Focuses on the support given by African Americans to Democratic candidate Al Gore's presidential campaign. Blacks' accusations that Gore has abandoned their support in his attempts to win the presidency; African American leaders' belief that racial discrimination is a factor in the confusion surrounding the Florida vote; Insights from Black Entertainment Television's Web site regarding Gore's relationship with blacks.


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