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The New Black Politician

Cory Booker, Newark, and Post-Racial America

The New Black Politician by Andra Gillespie
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·       “Interesting, thoughtful, and broad in its revelation of the post-racial black politician.” – Andrea Simpson, author of The Tie That Binds

·       “Telling and insightful analysis…, This remarkable book will have a significant impact                   .” – Wilbur C. Rich, author of David Dinkins and New York City Politics

·       “An astute account.” – Clarence N. Stone, author of Regime Politics

·       “Careful, detailed, and penetrating… groundbreaking… This unparalleled scholarly work is bold, imaginative, and timely.” – Hanes Walton, Jr., co-author of The African American Electorate

·       “Of interest to all who ponder [Cory] Booker’s political future in New Jersey.” – Kathleen Daley, Star-Ledger Entertainment Desk

“Anybody with an acute interest in the future of black politics in “postracial” America should absolutely read this book.” – Nick Peruffo, The Trentorian
NYU Press; May 2012
325 pages; ISBN 9780814738696
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Title: The New Black Politician
Author: Andra Gillespie
 
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Cory Booker's Newark Mirage - POLITICO Magazine
Fri, 08 Jul 2016 02:53:44 -0700
POLITICO MagazineCory Booker's Newark MiragePOLITICO Magazine“Newark's landscape looks much different,” says political ...
Cory Booker: The Dilemma of the New Black Politician - New Yorker (blog)
Tue, 22 May 2012 13:11:40 -0700
New Yorker (blog)Cory Booker: The Dilemma of the New Black PoliticianNew Yorker (blog)Six years into his career, he has been ...
Andra Gillespie - The Conversation US
Thu, 24 May 2012 18:41:15 -0700
The Conversation USAndra GillespieThe Conversation USGillespie's current research focuses on the political leadership of ...
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0814738680
9780814732458
9780814738689
9780814738696