How Obama Won is a provocative, hard hitting critical assessment of the issues, events, forces, politics, pressures and controversy that shaped and ensnared Barack Obama in his historic 2008 presidential campaign.
Political analyst Earl Ofari Hutchinson examines the impact of race and gender, campaign strategy, the key political players, the nature of presidential politics, the changes in the Democratic and Republicans parties, the importance of the black, Hispanic, youth, women and blue collar white worker votes, the role of corporation and special interests in American politics.
Hutchinson tells what the first African-American to win the White House means to America and the world.
If you watched this recent election as closely as I did, you probably saw or read Hutchinson's commentary. This is the first book out on the election (isn't it? it has to be), and I'm really looking forward to seeing it.