Obama fever hits the world
PREMIUM After eight years of presidency under George W. Bush, two wars and an economic recession later, the world looked again to the United States as a potential beacon of hope, change and progression with the election of the phenomenally popular African-American senator, Barack Obama, as the new U.S. president. For many it may have been hard to imagine that a black boy born to a Kenyan father and a ...
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