Promise Unrealized

Twohey, Megan
December 2000
National Journal;12/16/2000, Vol. 32 Issue 51, p3884
Provides information on the opinion of the African-American community on the governmental policies of former United States President Bill Clinton. Support for affirmative action programs; Complaints on his conservative stance on criminal justice issues and welfare reform; His popularity in Asian-American and Hispanic communities.


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