Reagan, Black Leaders, And Black Voters

August 1980
National Review;8/22/1980, Vol. 32 Issue 17, p1000
The article reflects on the appeal of presidential candidate Ronald Reagan to African American voters. It presents a speech discussing the social conditions of African Americans delivered by Reagan to the National Urban League in New York. It reveals the primary victims of economic collapse. It explores the views of columnist William Raspberry on liberalism and the candidacy of Reagan.


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