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Obama's Slum Lord Connection

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Obama's Slum Lord Connection

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Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama is coming under fire for his associations with accused slum landlords in Chicago. Can Obama really be held responsible for the wrong doings of others?

Farai talks with Illinois State Representative Julie Hamos and reporter Binyamin Appelbaum, writer of a recent Boston Globe article examining Obama's public/private housing partnership, to help break this issue down.

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