Ronald Walters on Civil Rights
This was part of Florida Atlantic University’s third annual Alan B. Larkin Symposium on the American Presidency “Civil Rights and the Presidency: From Nixon to Obama.”
Ronald Walters talked about the role of the Civil Rights Movement on the election of Barack Obama for president. He talked about the implications of voting in a presidential election, racial identity politics, and the effectiveness of a presidential campaign as a tool of racial equality. He answered questions from the audience.
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