Cain's Candidacy Changes The Politics Of Race

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Andra Gillespie, professor of political science, Emory University
Rep. Allen West, Republican from Florida

For the first time in history two black candidates, President Barack Obama and Herman Cain, may run against each other for the presidency. As it did three years ago, discussions of race and racism continue to play out around both campaigns.

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