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Bill Clinton has always had a congenial relationship with African Americans, even being labeled "the first black president." Yet Clinton's presidency inflicted devastating harm on many black communities, from which they have yet to recover. Was Clinton a friend to black America? Or did his progressive rhetoric mask a ruthless opportunism? Was Clinton's attitude toward his black supporters "politically pragmatic" or "callously indifferent"? Superpredator is an in-depth look at Bill Clinton's treatment of black lives from Little Rock to Rwanda. Forcefully argued and meticulously sourced, Superpredator will change our view of America's 42nd president. Working with the Current Affairs research team, Nathan J. Robinson has produced a powerful indictment of Clinton's record on race.
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