What's Wrong with Obamamania?: Black America, Black Leadership, and the Death of Political Imagination

What's Wrong with Obamamania?: Black America, Black Leadership, and the Death of Political ImaginationBarack Obama S Sudden Arrival On The National Scene Has Created A Wave Of Excitement In American Politics, A Phenomenon That Has Been Dubbed Obamamania In What S Wrong With Obamamania , Ricky L Jones Places Obama S Run For The Presidency In The Context Of Deep And Often Disturbing Shifts In Black Leadership Since The 1960s From Charles Hamilton Houston To Thurgood Marshall To Jesse Jackson, From Prosperity Preachers To Megachurches, From W E B Du Bois S Talented Tenth And Civil Rights Advocates To Black Entertainment Television And Hip Hop Culture, Jones Paints A Picture Of Lowered Expectations, Cynicism, And Nihilism That Should Give Us All Pause.

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  • Paperback
  • 144 pages
  • What's Wrong with Obamamania?: Black America, Black Leadership, and the Death of Political Imagination
  • Ricky L. Jones
  • English
  • 15 August 2018
  • 9780791475805

11 thoughts on “What's Wrong with Obamamania?: Black America, Black Leadership, and the Death of Political Imagination

  1. says:

    While I dont really want a downer to the current high emotional state, resulting from the recent elections, I do want to know what this fellow has to say I came upon this book in the library and decided I should probably read it So...

  2. says:

    So far I m learning that Obama is not our savior, nor his he the harbinger of socialism in America Nice.

  3. says:

    Every bit of this is superb intellectual critique, especially the forward by J Blaine Hudson Keep it handy throughout and beyond the 2008 presidential campaign.

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