While the election of an African-American is perceived as a landmark occurrence, imagine the possibility of two viable popular African-Americans opposing each other in a general election for the presidency of the United States of America. It could happen. It should be noted because it will probably never happen again soon.
GENE ROBERTSON: Considering two black presidential candidates
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