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- Watching Wall Street. Cole, Malanie // Hispanic;Sep1998, Vol. 11 Issue 9, p80
Focuses on a conference lead by Reverend Jesse Jackson of the Citizenship Education Fund and Rainbow/PUSH organization during January 1997, on the diversity of Wall Street. Purpose of the Rainbow/PUSH Coalition Wall Street Project; Details on a speech given by United States President Bill...
- Why Jesse Jackson is winning. Graves, E.G. // Black Enterprise;Jul88, Vol. 18 Issue 12, p9
Jesse Jackson's race for the Presidential nomination has been outstanding on three counts: his shunning of political showmanship while delivering a substantive and pragmatic message; His well-orchestrated campaign; The appeal of his campaign's hope; Moral and economic justice.
- The power and the glory. Thompson, K.D.; Gregg, S.R. // Black Enterprise;Jul88, Vol. 18 Issue 12, p42
With his skillfully executed campaign for the White House, Reverend Jesse Jackson proves that monetary might need not supersede the will of the people. His tactical moves; His strong backing; His super strategy on Super Tuesday; His successful campaign.
- Why Jesse Jackson is winning. // Black Enterprise;Jul88, Vol. 18 Issue 12, p9
Editorial. Jesse Jackson is winning many Democratic primaries because he has fought battles that are crucial not only to Black Americans, but to the nation as a whole.
- Jesse Jackson and the new black political power. Strickland, W. // Black Enterprise;Aug90, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p143
Describes Jesse Jackson's presidential candidacy as a metaphor of black power. Running with the Talented Tenth; From protest to politics; Impact of the campaign.
- Jackson runs again--for D.C. Brown, L. // Black Enterprise;Sep90, Vol. 21 Issue 2, p15
Reports on the Rev. Jesse Jackson's plans to seek the non-salaried position of `statehood senator' from the District of Columbia. Overview of the office; Jackson's goals for the District.
- Jackson, the Blacks, & foreign policy. // Commentary;Apr84, Vol. 77 Issue 4, p19
Rev. Jesse Jackson, one of Martin Luther King's lieutenants, has developed a perspective on foreign policy sharply at variance with both Reagan and the declared views of his own party.
- Civil-rights activist Jesse Jackson. MacLachlan, Suzanne; Mutch, David // Christian Science Monitor;7/7/95, Vol. 87 Issue 155, p2
Informs about the possibility of Jesse Jackson, civil-rights activist, running for the 1996 presidential elections as announced by Jackson in CNN's `Larry King Live,' show.
- Blacks, politics, and Jesse Jackson. // Commonweal;11/7/86, Vol. 113 Issue 19, p590
The aspirations and exploits of Jesse Jackson. Supporters defend him on charges of being deceitful, opportunistic and manipulative of black concerns for his own aggrandizement. Critics; political career; books by critics.