- Title Pages
- Chapter 1 Measuring Racial Progress in America: The Tangled Path
- Chapter 2 Implicit Bias: A Better Metric for Racial Progress?
- Chapter 3 Black Man in the White House: Ideology and Implicit Racial Bias in the Age of Obama
- Chapter 4 Obama-Nation? Implicit Beliefs about American Nationality and the Possibility of Redefining Who Counts as “Truly” American
- Chapter 5 Does Black and Male Still = Threat in the Age of Obama?
- Chapter 6 Michelle Obama: Redefining Images of Black Women
- Chapter 7 Barack, Michelle, and the Complexities of a Black “Love Supreme”<sup>1</sup>
- Chapter 8 Sasha and Malia: Re-Envisioning African-American Youth
- Chapter 9 Obama and Global Change in Perceptions of Group Status
- Chapter 10 The Role of Race in American Politics: Lessons Learned from the 2008 Presidential Election
- Chapter 11 Obama’s Potential to Transform the Racial Attitudes of White Americans
- Chapter 12 New Bottle, Same Old Wine: The GOP and Race in the Age of Obama
- About the Editors
- About the Contributors
- About the Commentators
- The Obamas and a (Post) Racial America?
- Oxford University Press
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