A New Face for the NAACP?

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If the time might be right for Sen. Barack Obama to become the country's first black president, then maybe the struggling NAACP ought to consider a white person to lead the organization. How about brother Bill Clinton?

(Commentator John McCann is a columnist for The Herald-Sun in Durham, N.C.)



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