Reagan and the Blacks

November 1982
National Review;11/26/1982, Vol. 34 Issue 23, p1460
The article reports on issues related to politics during the administration of Ronald Reagan in the United States. It tells of the determination of civil-rights enforcement economic recovery, the protection of equal opportunity in housing, job training and enterprise zones, and the development of political organizations.


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