Seven lessons from the deep South on racism, racial discrimination, and prejudice.
President Obama said it was 'unacceptable' for the Virginia governor, Bob McDonnell, not to mention slavery when reinstating Confederate History Month.
In many ways, views about the Constitution are reflected in the debate over how President Obama is handling the issues of the day.
In asserting that some Obama foes are prejudiced, the ex-president rekindles a difficult discussion. The right sees it as a way to squelch legitimate opposition to administration policies.