Black Enterprise

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BLACK ENTERPRISE is the ultimate source for wealth creation for African American professionals, entrepreneurs and corporate executives. Every month, BLACK ENTERPRISE delivers timely, useful information on careers, small business and personal finance.
  

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Contents

The Road to 1992
7
George Bush; 1924-., Blacks (Political activities), Presidential elections (1988)
Dems Win Congress But Will They Lose Blacks?
13
Democratic Party (U.S.), Congressional elections, Blacks (Political activities)
Williams Bids Farewell
14
Jerry O. Williams; 1938-., AM International, Inc
An Unlikely Source
15
Local Initiatives Support Corporation, Blacks (Housing)
New Rule: Dress Like Me
15
School uniforms
A Dream Come True: Homes that Care for Themselves--and You
29
Home automation
Blacks and Employment
33
Blacks (Employment)
A New Force in the Old Dominion
36
L. Douglas Wilder (American governor and mayor.); 1931-, Virginia (Politics and government)
Passing the Torch
46
Black leadership
Advising the New Administration
48
Blacks (Economic conditions), Economic forecasting, United States (Economic policy)

The New DA in Town
16
Robert T. Johnson; 1948-., Bronx (New York, N.Y.) (Criminal justice, Administration of)
After Seoul, Barcelona
16
Jarobin Gilbert (Jr.), National Broadcasting Co., Inc, Olympic Games, 1992 (Barcelona, Spain), Television programs (Sports), Blacks in the television broadcasting industry
CEF Fellowship Program Adds Mentorship Touch
19
Corporate Executive Fellows Program, Business mentors
The New Welfare Bill: when More Isn't Enough
21
Public welfare, Workfare
Walking the Tightrope of Serious Debt
25
Debt
Keeping it in the Family
56
Blacks (Economic conditions)
Steal Away to Sagamore
62
Bolton Landing (N.Y.) (Hotels, motels, etc)
The Best Places to Go for Fun in the Snow
64
Ski resorts
Winter Warm-ups
76
Alcoholic beverages

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