November 1993
New Republic;11/1/93, Vol. 209 Issue 18, p7
Comments on politics and racial issues in New York City. President Bill Clinton's statement that too many people are unwilling to vote for people who are of a different race from them; Election of a black candidate, David Dinkins, during the last mayor election in New York; Author's claim that race relations have declined during Dinkins' administration and that it is partly Dinkins' fault; Election contest between Dinkins and Rudolph Giuliani; Author's view that the race issue in the city should be discussed truthfully.


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