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Data is old but current data at Federal Equal Opportunity Recruitment Program (FEORP) Report

http://www.opm.gov/About_OPM/reports/feorp/2011/feorp2011.pdf

See page 17 for table "BLACKS EQUALED OR EXCEEDED THEIR RELEVANT CIVILIAN LABOR FORCE REPRESENTATION IN 17 OF 18 EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENTS "

Edited to add: See page 19 for table "BLACKS EQUALED OR EXCEEDED THEIR RELEVANT CIVILIAN LABOR FORCE REPRESENTATION IN ALL 24 INDEPENDENT AGENCIES"

Thomas Jefferson-James Madison and the Kentucky and Virginia Resolutions

Per wikipedia, “The Democratic Party evolved from Anti-Federalist factions that opposed the fiscal policies of Alexander Hamilton in the early 1790s. Thomas Jefferson and James Madison organized these factions into the Democratic-Republican Party.”

And

“The modern Democratic Party was formed in the 1830s from former factions of the Democratic-Republican Party, which had largely collapsed by 1824. It was built by Martin Van Buren who rallied a cadre of politicians in every state behind war hero Andrew Jackson of Tennessee.”

Is it time to reintroduce the Kentucky and Virginia Resolutions that Jefferson and Madison authored?

Virginia Resolutions of 1798 http://en.wikisource.org/wiki/Virginia_Resolutions_of_1798

Kentucky Resolutions of 1798 http://en.wikisource.org/wiki/Kentucky_Resolutions_of_1798

State of Alabama TRIFECTA

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