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Black Yellowdogs: The Most Dangerous Citizen Is Not Armed, But Uninformed
     

Black Yellowdogs: The Most Dangerous Citizen Is Not Armed, But Uninformed

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by Ben Kinchlow
 

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Black Yellow Dogs was written specifically to address the failure of the African American community to vote according to principle. Their leadership tends to commit them to the Democratic Party. They vote without regard to Candidates or issues. This book is designed to encourage them to vote "principle" not "party." The book is also written to

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Black Yellow Dogs was written specifically to address the failure of the African American community to vote according to principle. Their leadership tends to commit them to the Democratic Party. They vote without regard to Candidates or issues. This book is designed to encourage them to vote "principle" not "party." The book is also written to help bridge the gap between conservatives and Blacks, who are natural allies, and to dispel some of the myths that each group holds about the other.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781600372841
Publisher:
Morgan James Publishing
Publication date:
04/01/2008
Pages:
157
Product dimensions:
6.08(w) x 8.98(h) x 0.41(d)

Meet the Author

Minister, broadcaster, author, and public speaker, Ben Kinchlow is known throughout the world as the long time co-host of The 700 Club and host of the International Edition of The 700 Club, as seen in more than 80 countries. Kinchlow is Founder and CEO of The African-American Political Awareness Coalition to encourage votes based on principle, not party. He also serves as VP and Board Member of Kids Against Hunger, a dynamic worldwide feeding program for starving children.

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