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.

Obama, Race and the Presidential Campaign

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

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