- Title Pages
- One Toward a Multiracial Democracy
- Two Analysis of Black American Voters in Barack Obama’s Victory
- Three Dead Certain
- Four What Trumped?
- Five Race, the Presidency, and Obama’s First Year
- Six Under Press-ure
- Seven Opportunity Costs
- Eight Lest We Forget
- Nine The Ambivalent Embrace of Barack Obama
- Ten Obama, Black Religion, and the Reverend Wright Controversy
- Eleven Race, Religion, and the Race for the White House
- Twelve The New Negro in African American Politics
- Thirteen Barack Obama’s Anomalous Relationship with the Hip-Hop Community
- Fourteen Too Black and Too Strong
- Fifteen President Obama
- Sixteen Multicultural Hegemony
- Seventeen An Affirmative Act?
- Epilogue The Legacy of the Obama Era
- Production Notes
- The Obama Phenomenon
- University of Illinois Press
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