Lorenzo Morris

Professor of the Political Science, Howard University

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Professor of the Political Science at Howard University and a specialist on electoral behavior and black politics

Lorenzo Morris on KCRW

In front of a crowd of 80,000 in a Denver football stadium, plus millions watching on TV, the country's first African American presidential nominee  mixed soaring rhetoric and…

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