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Melvin King and Kay Gibbs

The problem with the Wilkerson argument

By Melvin King and Kay Gibbs
October 22, 2008

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Some in the African-American community argue they are entitled to have one of their own in the Second Suffolk District Senate seat. That argument is no more rational and acceptable than would be the opposite argument, that in a majority white district (or nation), only a white candidate should serve. (Full article: 645 words)

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