Can Black Candidates Win Statewide Elections?
Raphael J. Sonenshein compares Los Angeles Mayor Tom Bradley's 1982 gubernatorial defeat in California to other statewide black candidacies in Massachusetts and Virginia. He suggests conditions for statewide black success and explores what is a necessary prelude to a future black presidential candidacy.
Claiming the Dream: The Victorious Campaign of Douglas Wilder of Virginia, Margaret Edds Reviewed by Raphael J. Sonenshein
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