Jonathan Kaufman

Senior Editor, Wall Street Journal

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Senior Editor at the Wall Street Journal, he has written about race for more than 20 years; author of Broken Alliance: Turbulent Times Between Blacks and Jews in America; member of a Pulitzer Prize-winning team of reporters when he was at the Boston Globe

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Barack Obama 's mother was white and his father was African. In the United States, that makes him black.

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Barack Obama 's mother was white and his father was African. In the United States, that makes him black.

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