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Blackout : how Black America can make its second escape from the Democrat plantation / Candace Owens.

Owens, Candace, (author.). Elder, Larry, (writer of foreword.).

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  • 16 of 25 copies available at Missouri Evergreen. (Show)
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Webb City Public Library 324.27 Ow 2 (Text) 38262300005590 Adult Non-Fiction Checked out 08/19/2021

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Includes bibliographical resources (pages 285-298).
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Foreword / by Larry Elder -- Introduction: What have you have to lose? -- On conservatism -- On family -- On feminism -- On overcivilization -- On socialism and government handouts -- On education -- On media -- On excuses -- On faith -- On culture -- On slavery -- Conclusion.
Summary, etc.:
"Political activist and social media star Candace Owens explains all the reasons how the Democratic Party policies hurt, rather than help, the African American community, and why she and many others are turning right"-- Provided by publisher.
Owens, an American conservative political activist, believes that Black Americans have long been shackled to the Democrats, watching liberal politicians take the black vote for granted without pledging anything in return. She contends that the Democrat Party has a long history of racism and hinders the black community's ability to rise above poverty. Owens shows why turning to the right will leave them happier, more successful, and more self-sufficient. -- adapted from jacket
Subject: Republican Party (U.S. : 1854- ) > Membership.
Democratic Party (U.S.) > Membership.
African Americans > Politics and government > 21st century.
United States > Race relations > Political aspects > 21st century.
Party affiliation > United States.
Identity politics > United States.
Genre: Instructional and educational works.

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