Wednesday, April 2, 2008

Will America accept a black president?

It's ironic if you think about it. South Africa, the echelon of apartheid during the better part of the 20th century, has a black president. Continually since 1994, in fact. (My book, "Murder @ Work", explores how South Africans reacted to that.)

Now the world's eyes are on USA. Would America accept a black president?

The Ethnic Presidency: How Race Decides the Race to the White House is an explosive look at how racial and ethnic conflict has openly and covertly played a crucial role the past three decades in influencing, shaping and ultimately deciding who bags the world’s biggest political prize, the White House. It tells how racial politics will play an even bigger role in the 2008 presidential election and future elections.

It examines Obamamania, the Hillary and Bill factor, the soaring Latino vote, the silent but potent Asian-American vote, the immigration wars, the GOP’s love-hate relationship with black and Latino America, and Bush’s effort to recast the GOP from a clubby, ole white guys party to a party of racial diversity.

For more information, visit this link

About the author of The Ethnic Presidency: Earl Ofari Hutchinson is an author, syndicated columnist, political analyst and commentator. He has been a frequent guest on Hannity and Colmes, The O’Reilly Factor, The Big Story, EXTRA, and numerous CNN News and Talk Shows.

1 comment:

Nikki Leigh - Author said...

Hi Yvonne

Thank you for posting information about Earl Hutchinson and The Ethnic Presidency. Talk about the election this year has included a lot of talk about race - but that is not a new topic in elections. I never understood that until I read The Ethnic Presidency. I like a chance to look back at the past to see how it has shaped our lives and this book explained a lot of those details. I thoroughly enjoyed it and am still noticing points that Mr Hutchinson made when I listen to primary news reports.

Nikki Leigh