Milt Thomas gives insight to a political constituency—Black voters—imparting how they have squandered their “voting right” by continuing to be asleep at the political wheel and incorrigibly enslaved to vote default Democrat for decades.
This book is a provocative and unapologetically written polemic invective on the paramour-ish relationship that has existed for decades between the Democrat Party and the American black electorate. The author is a black business executive who grew up in the deep south, during the days of Jim Crow. Now a reformed Democrat, he wants to bring insight to a political constituency—black voters. With chapters like Living La Vida Negro; Bend Over and Spread Yo’ Ballot Box; The Audacity of Dopes; Crouching Negro, Hidden White Man; and The Content of Color, The Character of Skin, the book is not to be missed and never to be forgotten.
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