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Topic - David A. Bositis
"African-Americans are not hostile to government," Mr. Bositis said. "They don't consider that unemployment benefits or food stamps are slavery. They consider unemployment benefits or food stamps to be a good government program. They don't consider Medicaid to be slavery. They consider Medicaid to be health care."
David A. Bositis, of the Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies, said Republicans must do more than hire minorities in order to reach black voters.