SOURCE: Bloomberg CityLab
In his ongoing campaign to paint racial desegregation as a bid to “abolish the suburbs,” the president is pushing a vision of suburban voters based on a dated demographic reality.
SOURCE: New York Times
“[Nixon's campaigns] understood something about race that Trump doesn’t understand,” [Matthew] Lassiter said. “Voters don’t want racial privilege challenged, but they don’t want to be explicitly reminded that racism is underneath their position.”
SOURCE: The Atlantic
Former Michigan Governor George Romney practiced a commitment to civil rights and fair housing even at political cost.
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