Most blacks say conditions and race relations are worsening in America: Survey reveals

May 1996
Jet;05/13/96, Vol. 89 Issue 26, p38
Reports on the results of a survey among blacks conducted by `The New Yorker' magazine on race relations. Worsening conditions of Afro-Americans; Rating for black politicians.


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