By Bruce A. Glasrud
This article explores the lengthy historical past of African American applicants for President and vice chairman, reading the effect of every candidate at the American public, in addition to the contribution all of them made towards advancing racial equality in the US. creation: The African American quest for the presidency / Bruce A. Glasrud and Cary D. Wintz -- starting the trek : Douglass, Bruce, Black conventions, self sustaining political events / Bruce A. Glasrud -- The Communist celebration of the USA and African American political applicants / David Cullen and Kyle G. Wilkison -- Charlotta A. Bass : win or lose, we win / Carolyn Wedin -- Shirley Chisholm : a catalyst for switch / Maxine D. Jones -- The Socialist staff celebration and African american citizens / Dwonna Naomi Goldstone -- Civil rights activists and the succeed in for political energy / Jean Van Delinder -- Jesse Jackson : run, Jesse, run! / James M. Smallwood -- Lenora department Fulani : hard the foundations of the sport / Omar H. Ali -- Race activists and fringe events with a message / Charles Orson prepare dinner -- Black politicians : paving the best way / Hanes Walton, Jr. ... [et at.] -- Colin Powell : the candidate who wasn't / Cary D. Wintz -- Barack Hussein Obama: an idea of wish, an agent for switch / Paul Finkelman
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However, a Democratic victory twelve years later had little positive effect for black Americans. Woodrow Wilson’s election brought scant benefit to black Americans even Beginning the Trek • 23 though a goodly number of black Democrats did support him. Wilson’s administration increased segregation in the nation’s capital and brought it to federal offices; it also reduced the number of African Americans holding office. Without aid or support from the two major political parties and only limited third-party success, independent-minded African Americans in 1904 created the first national political party exclusively for and by blacks, the National Liberty Party.
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But white Democratic control of the southern states by the mid-1870s left blacks without a viable political option in those states. Freed blacks certainly could not work with the racist southern Democrats, which included most white Southerners and, increasingly, not with Republicans who reduced their pressure for black rights and for the black vote after 1877. ” Blacks organized themselves into the “Black and Tan” wing of the Republican Party, while focusing their efforts on federal patronage. However, in some states blacks served in Congress until the end of the century, held leadership posts in state parties, and were successful in local politics.