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Analysis: Reagan's Legacy Bitter for Blacks

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Analysis: Reagan's Legacy Bitter for Blacks

Analysis: Reagan's Legacy Bitter for Blacks

Analysis: Reagan's Legacy Bitter for Blacks

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NPR's Juan Williams talks about Ronald Reagan's legacy on racial issues with Roger Wilkins, professor of history at George Mason University. Wilkins says Reagan's warm personality wasn't enough to win over most African Americans, who disagreed with many of his policies.