Jesse Jackson Sr.
On the Web: Specialized Sites
Anon. "Historic moments," Monthly Review (5/88). Jackson oupolls all other Democratic candidates in 20 states on Super Tuesday, 1988.
Ashkenaz, Judy. "Grassroots organizing & the Democratic Party: the Vermont Rainbow experience," Monthly Review 38,1 (10/86):8-22.
Foster, Douglas. "Jesse Jackson: A populist on Wall St.?" Mother Jones (3-4/00):27-31.
Navarro, Vicente. "The Rainbow Coalition & the challenge of class," Monthly Review (6/87):19-46.
__________. "Race vs. class? More on the Rainbow & class politics," Monthly Review (11/87):40-45.
In the Library: Non-Fiction Books
Collins, Sheila. The Rainbow Challenge: The Jackson Campaign & the Future of US Politics (NY: Monthly Review, 1987). Insider's view of the campaign.
Kahlenberg, Richard D. The Remedy: Class, Race, & Affirmative Action (NY: Basic Books, 1996).
Landess, Thomas H. & Richard M. Quinn. Jesse Jackson & the Politics of Peace.
Lashley, Marilyn E. & Melanie Njeri Jackson. African Americans & the New Policy Consensus: Retreat of the Liberal State?
Moore, Jonathan. Campaign for President: The Managers Look at '84.
Moreland, Laurence W.; Robert P. Steed & Tod A. Baker. The 1988 Presidential Election in the South: Continuity Amidst Change in Southern Party Politics.
__________; Robert P. Steed & Tod A Baker. Blacks in Southern Politics.
Morris, Lorenzo. The Social & Political Implications of the 1984 Jesse Jackson Presidential Campaign.
Peake, Thomas R. Keeping the Dream Alive: A History of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference from King to the 1980s.