Race Man

Soskis, Benjamin
January 2000
New Republic;01/31/2000, Vol. 222 Issue 5, p12
Focuses on role of Richard M. Quinn, editor of the periodical "Southern Partisan," as a political consultant of presidential candidate John McCain. Issues raised by statement of McCain regarding the Confederate flag flying above the South Carolina state house a "symbol of racism and slavery"; Effect of the magazine on Quinn's role as strategist for the presidential campaign of Arizona Senator John McCain; Reactions to the magazine in the northern United States; Opinion of Quinn that views expressed in the periodical have influence on southern states despite of being offensive for Northerners; Image of Quinn as a recognized and respectable political advisor among McCain's campaign team.


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