Ebony

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EBONY is the flagship magazine of Johnson Publishing. Founded in 1945 by John H. Johnson, it still maintains the highest global circulation of any African American-focused magazine.
  

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Contents

Black Politics: the New Road to Freedom?
28
Blacks (Political activities)
Our Team on Capitol Hill
40
Congressional Black Caucus
Richard Hatcher: Dean of Black Politics
50
Richard G. Hatcher; 1933-., Gary (Ind.) (Politics and government)
Maxine Waters: America's Most Influential Black Woman Politician
56
Maxine Waters, California Legislature
New Faces for an Old Struggle
62
Black public officers
The Mayor Few People Know
122
James Chase, Spokane (Wash.) (Politics and government)
The Big Ten of Black Vote Power
128
Black public officers, Southern States (Politics and government)
Carl B. Stokes: from Legislature to Mayor, and Now a Judge
134
Carl Stokes (American mayor, judge and newscaster.); 1927-1996
Ebony Reader Poll Results: is the U.S. Ready for a Black President?
140
Black presidents
Willie Brown: Tailor-made for California Politics
148
Willie Lewis Brown (Jr.), California Legislature, Black legislators

Black Republicans: what Makes Them Tick?
70
Republican Party (U.S.)
Cutting Up the Political Pie
76
Pie
Do Black Mayors Make a Difference?
82
Black mayors
Jesse Jackson: Black Charisma on the Campaign Trail
92
Jesse L. Jackson (American clergyman and civil rights activist.); 1941-
Politics Runs in the Family
100
Black public officers
The Black Church: Precinct of the Black Soul
154
Religion and politics, Church and civil rights
Southern Politics: a Great Change for the Better
160
Southern States (Politics and government)
I Could Have Won
166
Jesse L. Jackson (American clergyman and civil rights activist.); 1941-
Where Do We Go from Here?
176

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