Republicans must moderate image to attract black voters

Watson, Elwood
September 1994
National Minority Politics;Sep94, Vol. 6 Issue 9, p8
Emphasizes the need for the Republican Party to make efforts in attracting votes from the Afro-American community. Racial controversy during the 1992 Houston Republican Convention in Texas; Republican Party's engagement in racial politics; Republicans who have appealed to black voters; Need for the Republican Party to adopt moderation.


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