Andy Kaczynski has gone and found three radio ads from Barack Obama's doomed 2000 primary campaign against Rep. Bobby Rush. In "Blackout," two annoyed Con-Ed customers talk about this guy named "Bama."
In "Agree," the couple daydreams about Obama's plans to "cut prescription drug prices and end racial profiling."
And here, we learn of a plan for universal health coverage.
We close with another Kaczynski discovery, a 1991 (!) Black History minute from the president of the Harvard Law Review.
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