George Allen Finally Apologizes for 'Macaca' Comment

June 2011
India -- West;6/10/2011, Vol. 36 Issue 29, pA22
The article reports on the apology made Republican politician George Allen for using the word "macaca" against his Democratic rival's campaign volunteer Indian American S. R., in an attempt to win back his Virginia Senate seat.


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