Newsweek on the Race Issue in South Carolina: One Partisan Voice
Newsweek presents four pages of interview excerpts on the topic:
Vying for the Black Vote
Will Clinton's Martin Luther King comment cost her black support in the South Carolina primary? A veteran of the civil rights movement weighs in.
Who's the veteran of the civil rights movement? An Obama supporter.
How will the controversy affect voting in the state, where roughly 50 percent of the Democratic electorate is black? Cleveland Sellers, who heads the department of African-American studies at the University of South Carolina, is an Obama supporter. He's also a veteran of the civil rights movement.
Shame on Newsweek for not presenting a neutral voice or an additional voice so both sides could be presented.
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