Obama's Race: The 2008 Election and the Dream of a Post-Racial America
Barack Obama’s presidential victory naturally led people to believe that the United States might finally be moving into a post-racial era. Obama’s Race—and its eye-opening account of the role played by race in the election—paints a dramatically different picture.
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Introduction Obama as PostRacial?
1 Background Race in Presidential Elections
2 Racialized Momentum The Two Sides of Racialization in the Primaries
3 The General Election The Two Sides of Racialization and ShortTerm Political Dynamics
4 The Spillover of Racialization
5 The Racialized Voting Patterns of Racial and Ethnic Minorities
6 The Paradox of Gender Traditionalists Support for Hiliary Clinton