Even Jesse Jackson cried. On a mild Chicago night less than three years Ago when Barack Obama was elected President of the United States, liberals of every age and race celebrated.
But it was always obvious, from the dawn of Obama’s candidacy, that his triumphs would be cause for a more profound joy - and his setbacks the source for particular gloom - among African-Americans.
Even Obama’s Republican opponent, John McCain, acknowledged as...
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