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Political phenomenon Obama vaults into national spotlight ; A win in November would put him in top tier of black leaders; Racial, social expectations bring fierce pressures
[Chicagoland Final , CN Edition]
Chicago Tribune - Chicago, Ill.
Subjects: Congressional elections; Political conventions
Author: Mendell, David
Date: Jul 26, 2004
Start Page: 1
Section: News
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The elder [Jesse Jackson Jr.], in an interview, said he expects great courage from [Barack Obama], whom Jackson supported in the primary--support that was key to Obama gaining credibility among black voters in Chicago. As an example of the political courage he expects, the elder Jackson noted that no U.S. senator was willing to ask for a hearing about the conduct of the election in Florida in 2000.

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