Soft Sell

Judis, John B.
November 2002
New Republic;11/11/2002, Vol. 227 Issue 20, p12
Examines the strategy of Republicans in the U.S. to suppress African American votes as of November 2002. Social consequence of the identification of Republicans as the white party; Political advertisements launched by the Republicans to sow doubt among African Americans about the sincerity and goodwill of Democrats; Actions taken by Republicans to intimidate potential minority voters.


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