Aug 17, 2015

The Tragic and Complete Collapse of Racial Relations | Works and Days

Why do polls show that racial relations have gotten much worse under Barack Obama, who won the White House with over 95% of the black -- and 45% of the white -- vote?A recent New York Times/CBS News poll just revealed that about 60% of Americans feel race relations are not good. Some 40% think that they will become even worse. Yet when Obama was elected, 66% of those polled felt race relations...

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