David Bositis

Senior Research Associate in National Black Electoral Politics, Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies

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Senior research associate in national black electoral politics at the Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies in Washington, DC

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The Bush Administration reluctantly made good on its promise today and  partially nationalized American banks  with $250 billion.

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The Bush Administration reluctantly made good on its promise today and partially nationalized American banks with $250 billion.

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