A Battle That's Fun to Watch

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    Race-Ness in America
    By Kathleen Parker, WaPO Writers Group
    December 12, 2007

    No one has bridged the racial divide as successfully as Oprah and few people have more street cred among women. Oprah's isn't just a race card. She's a deck of race and gender. She's a casino of transcendence. The pot o' gold 'neath Jesse Jackson's rainbow.

    The black woman, whose success is largely owing to her popularity among white women, stumped for the black man in hopes of drawing black women away from the white woman.

    This race business is complicated.

    The contest between a black man and white woman for the Democratic nomination is both historic and fascinating to watch. But while Obama and Clinton are the candidates, the race these days seems to be between Bill and Oprah.

    for full article:
    http://www.arcamax.com/KathleenParker
     

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