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2016 6
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PBS
Oct 5, 2016 2:00am PDT
china. that same $150 million deal could have been made with black and brown folks in inner city. and it suggests to me that the president's trips to china was for boeing, coca-cola, china hilton, moscow hilton, and that is a greater priority than developing inner city america. - he formulated what he called the rainbow coalition of the dispossessed. that was african-americans, latinos, poor people. what was surprising was the number of whites who really came up to him and saying, "you're the only person out there who represent my point of view." - it's what we refer to as "diversity" today, and what we talk about in terms of inclusive, but jesse was in the forefront of talking about bringing everybody in. - the concept of the rainbow push coalition is people united to serve humanity, - we need our jobs! we need our money! we need our potential under the law! party-ism is racism! wake up, blow your trumpets, let the world know we are displeased. we do not like it. - in 1980, actually, i tried to get reverend jackson to run against president jimmy carter. he wouldn't do it because
PBS
Sep 20, 2016 8:00pm PDT
communist china. if we can't balance our own budget, what are we doing sending american dollars abroad to balance the budgets of foreign countries? we went all through arizona, but in a three-way race, forbes won, dole came in second, i came third. trouble was, i couldn't get forbes out of the race. he had too much money. he'd stay in. he ran fourth in iowa, fourth in new hampshire. - i have no intention of quitting this race. i'm in for the duration. - we went to south carolina where the establishment as usual came down with both feet on us. - what exactly can they do to cause a guy like dole to get across? - they control the party machine. they call everyone. they get everybody signed up on board, and they get 'em all out to work. and you've gotta come in there as a virtual stranger and try to win it, and it's a very, very difficult thing to do. and we didn't it in south carolina. we got beat twice. [dramatic music] ♪ - even though pat buchanan had lost, he'd won in many ways. he'd represented, you know, a sort of new vision and movement inside the republican party. - pat buchanan
PBS
Nov 2, 2016 2:00am PDT
people's republic of china into the five-month old korean war. the americans were surrounded, outnumbered,
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