For starters, there was the “Obama-effect”. This was an effect which had far reaching implications to the extent of even influencing the relationships which were existent between the African-American population and their white counterparts. These major sections of the United States population ended up endorsing Barack Obama as the favorite contender in the elections. There was a lot of hope which was associated with Barack Obama back in 2008. Sections of the American population viewed him as the one to emancipate them from the many problems which faced them.
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