Separate Ways

Cottle, Michelle
December 2002
New Republic;12/23/2002, Vol. 227 Issue 26, p14
Criticizes U.S. Senator Trent Lott for making remarks that imply racism during the 100th birthday celebration of Senator Strom Thurmond. Background of Lott; Reaction of Lott to the media attention given to his remarks; Suspicion that Lott harbors racist sentiments; Speculation on the impact of the remarks of Lott on the political he belongs.


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