The President and Black Americans

October 1998
America;10/24/1998, Vol. 179 Issue 12, p3
Editorial. Focuses on the implications of the votes of Congressional Black Caucus regarding a Presidential impeachment inquiry in the United States (US). Reason for the popularity of US President Bill Clinton among Afro-Americans; Efforts taken by President Clinton regarding issues of racism in the state.


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