1992 Press Photo Bill Clinton, racial harmony

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Caption: Clinton makes an appeal for racial harmonyBy Patricia Montemurri and Christopher CookFree Press Staff WritersDemocratic front-runner Bill Clinton raised the racism issue Thursday in 97-percent-white Macomb County, telling voters to stop blaming blacks for high welfare costs, crime and other social ills."Somebody's got to come back to the so-called Reagan Democratic area and say, 'Look, I'll give you your values back..I'll help you build the middle class back,' but you got to say, 'OK, let's do it for everybody in this country.'" Clinton told a few blacks and several hundred whites at Macomb Community College. 'Let's forget about race and be one nation again."Most black people work for a living." he said. "And more white people than blacks are on welfare."He told of meeting employees of..

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