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[Reading] ➹ The Price of the Ticket By Fredrick C. Harris – Tyrakel.de The historical significance of Barack Obama's triumph in the presidential election of 2008 scarcely reuires comment Yet it contains an irony He won a victory as an African American only by denying thaThe historical significance of Barack Obama's triumph in the presidential election of 2008 scarcely reuires comment Yet it contains an irony He won a victory as an African American only by denying that he was the candidate of African Americans Obama's very success writes Fredrick Harris exacted a heavy cost on black politicsIn The Price of the Ticket Harris puts Obama's career in the context of decades of black activism showing how his election undermined the very movement that made it possible The path to his presidency began just before passage of the 1965 Voting Rights Act when black leaders began to discuss strategies to make the most.

Of their new access to the ballot Some argued that black voters should organize into a cohesive independent bloc; others urged a race neutral approach working together with other racial minorities as well as like minded whites This has been the fundamental divide within black politics ever since At first the gap did not seem serious But the post civil rights era has accelerated a shift towards race neutral politics Obama made a point of distancing himself from older race conscious black leaders such as Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson—even though as Harris shows he owes much to Jackson's earlier campaigns for the White House Unuestionably O.

7 thoughts on “The Price of the Ticket

  1. Andre Andre says:

    PDF tyrakel.de ☆ The Price of the Ticket Kindle × The Price Kindle - price kindle, ticket ebok, The Price epub, of the mobile, Price of the kindle, The Price of the Ticket MOBIAs political analysis I think the book is first rate Frederick C Harris does a great job of dissecting the Obama phenomenon He uses the history of race neutral politics and the politics of respectability to brilliant effect That history is very instrumental for understanding the new Black politician and clearly illuminates how Obama got elected and why Black people soundly supported him even to their own detriment The one shortcoming that is somewhat glaring to me is the inability or perhaps the unwillingness


  2. Craig Werner Craig Werner says:

    PDF tyrakel.de ☆ The Price of the Ticket Kindle × The Price Kindle - price kindle, ticket ebok, The Price epub, of the mobile, Price of the kindle, The Price of the Ticket MOBIMore polemical than analytical The Price of the Ticket is a much less successful version of Thomas Sugroe's Not Even Past Both books set out to contextualitze Obama's rise to power setting it against the history of African American politics The majo


  3. Pascal Pascal says:

    PDF tyrakel.de ☆ The Price of the Ticket Kindle × The Price Kindle - price kindle, ticket ebok, The Price epub, of the mobile, Price of the kindle, The Price of the Ticket MOBIThis book provides an excellent history of the Black experience within electoral politics in light of the Presidency of Barack Obama and makes a significant statement on the meaning of the Obama presidency within that tradition


  4. Fred Kohn Fred Kohn says:

    PDF tyrakel.de ☆ The Price of the Ticket Kindle × The Price Kindle - price kindle, ticket ebok, The Price epub, of the mobile, Price of the kindle, The Price of the Ticket MOBIAs a white reader woefully ignorant of the history of black politics this book was a much needed primer Sadly I wasn't even familiar with the phrase the politics of respectability although of course I knew the concept through such personalities as Bill Cosby and Chris Rock The author takes Obama to task for putting too much


  5. Cecilia Boyers Cecilia Boyers says:

    PDF tyrakel.de ☆ The Price of the Ticket Kindle × The Price Kindle - price kindle, ticket ebok, The Price epub, of the mobile, Price of the kindle, The Price of the Ticket MOBISuper interesting because it's a totally new perspective for me is it fair to say that Obama is really just a descriptive and symbolic representative for the black community because his explicitly race neutral campaign actively avoided targeting race specific issues in terms of legislation and policy? And could symbolic representation be important in black politics if less important than substantive? All tough uestions But ya this book makes you reevaluate obamas role as a black politician


  6. Christopher Rose Christopher Rose says:

    PDF tyrakel.de ☆ The Price of the Ticket Kindle × The Price Kindle - price kindle, ticket ebok, The Price epub, of the mobile, Price of the kindle, The Price of the Ticket MOBIA good short read that serves as an introduction into the way black politics work in America It always reads as a brief political biography of Obama and the author also lays out his grievances towards Obama's lack of policies aimed at the black community even if his presidency isn't over yet


  7. Jade Godinez Jade Godinez says:

    PDF tyrakel.de ☆ The Price of the Ticket Kindle × The Price Kindle - price kindle, ticket ebok, The Price epub, of the mobile, Price of the kindle, The Price of the Ticket MOBINot really knowing to much about black politics this book definitely did a good job walking me through the tops and the times of who what when and where


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