The Emerging Black GOP Majority

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After Dr. Martin Luther King was assassinated in 1968, it took 15 years to declare his birthday a national holiday--and Republican President Ronald Reagan signed the bill.  Since then, the GOP has tried to persuade African American voters that the Democrats take their loyal support for granted. One civil-rights activist/commentator thinks it's working and he's presented those thoughts in The Emerging Black GOP Majority.




Warren Olney