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Campaign 2008 / Obama / Jackson's Remarks / A Discussion #898227

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Jul 10, 2008
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[On Fox, Jesse JACKSON - says "I wanna cut his {Senator Barack Obama's} n-uts off."]

(Studio: Campbell Brown) Live discussion held with CNN's Amy Holmes, "Debating Race" author Michael Eric Dyson and NPR host Farai Chideya about the political implications about what Jackson said about Obama. [HOLMES - says this helps Obama by giving a way to move away from grievance-based politics.] [DYSON - says Jackson's contribution is not diminished even with Obama being a shooting star and a gifted politicians.] [CHIDEYA - says there is a generational shift with the baton to be snatched by the younger.] Other material: Statement from "Washington Post" reporter Dan Balz† about what Jackson said quoted.

Reporter(s):
Brown, Campbell
Duration:
00:03:50

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