Tough Candidates and Trying to Start a Movement Many people are referring to the Jena Six case and protest as the civil rights movement for the 21st century. Also, a Pew Center study asked voters to match candidates with attributes like "tough" and "smart."

Tough Candidates and Trying to Start a Movement

Tough Candidates and Trying to Start a Movement

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Many people are referring to the Jena Six case and protest as the civil rights movement for the 21st century. Also, a Pew Center study asked voters to match candidates with attributes like "tough" and "smart." Juan Williams joins Madeleine Brand and Alex Chadwick to discuss politics and the Jena Six case.

Williams says people who equate the Jena Six case to a modern civil rights movement are reaching.