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Biondi on the Impact of an Obama Presidency on Racial Relations

January 1, 2008 | by Brendan Cosgrove

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Despite a second place finish in the New Hampshire Democratic Presidential Primary, Sen. Barack Obama appears to be the first person with a realistic shot of being the nation’s first African-American elected to the White House. Martha Biondi is an associate professor of African-American Studies at Northwestern University and says an Obama election wouldn’t be an indicator that racism has been eliminated in the United States…

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