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By Joseph Losco

ISBN-10: 0077409930

ISBN-13: 9780077409937

This can be a ebook made for a Political technology type (Poly5300). It has 346/512 pages (no intro pages or 'junk pages') you could say many of the publication is in there and has lots of the very important chapters.

Check along with your sessions syllabus to work out what chapters you employ, probably they're during this version.

It's lacking bankruptcy 6, 10, and no matter what is after bankruptcy 15 (except pages 437-452).

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He is my wonderful colleague, and a husband without whom life would be unimaginable. Foreword Juan Williams It is a simple but revealing joke: Even paranoids have enemies! That one-liner is pretty accurate in revealing a common mindset among black Americans. Yes, we now know a black man can be elected president in this white-majority country. Yes, even the head of the overwhelmingly white Republican Party is currently a black man. And, yes, a vigilant Congress, on the watch for any sly tactic to diminish black voting rights, has repeatedly extended an emergency provision of the 1965 Voting Rights Act, long after it was intended to expire.

So, all this paranoia can be understood as a leftover psychological discomfort erupting out of America's troubled racial history, and nothing more. But there are large costs to indulging this particular paranoia, as Abigail Thernstrom shows in this detailed and compelling examination of the history of the Voting Rights Act. S. Congress and in state government. She points to other cowardly politicians who, for fear of being labeled racist, prefer extending a provision that is now clearly anachronistic over taking on a complex racial conversation.

In other words, white political moderates in both the Republican and Democratic parties found themselves forced out. That left blacks in Congress-overwhelmingly liberal Democrats-isolated. White southern moderates became an endangered species. Meanwhile, conservative Republicans grew in power on the basis of newly drawn congressional districts that were distorted into white enclaves by the absence of black and Latino voters. " The frustration would result from seeing black elected officials marginalized while the overall politics of Congress became more conservative on social issues that are viewed in the black community as critical to the well-being of minorities struggling for economic and social stability.

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