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A Chicago Tribune columnist and editorial board member, Page personalizes the issues. He writes with clarity and compassion about topics that strike at America's core, be it politics, affirmative action, educational opportunities, or race and multiculturalism.
Clarence Page Samples
Four years ago, I was surprised by how early in the evening on election night President Obama's former chief of staff Rahm Emanuel won the mayoral race in Chicago, a city whose elections are historically famous for long counts.
Was Rudy Giuliani playing a race card when he accused President Obama of not loving America?
While talking to black and white Republicans recently about the Grand Old Party's outreach efforts to voters of color, I wondered: What are Democrats doing to reach working-class whites?
Republicans are starting to show some color again. Hey, it's a start.
"Did I die?" The "weird" coverage of his departure felt like reading his own obituary. Enjoy it, Jon.
If anyone would be upset with Brian Williams, I figured that it would be Doug Sterner. That describes Williams in many people's minds.
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