More Heat than Light: The Legacy of John Brown in Russell Banks’s Cloudsplitter
In 2002 President Bill Clinton was inducted into the Arkansas Black Hall of Fame, the first non-black recognized in the hall’s ten-year history. His election was not surprising to those familiar with Toni Morrison’s claim in a 1998 New Yorker piece—at the height of the former President’s scandal—that “white skin not withstanding, this is our first black President. Blacker than any actual black person who could ever be elected in our children’s lifetime.” Morrison’s criteria for designating Clinton as black include the fact that he
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