The Gang of Four, also known as the Harlem Clubhouse, was an African-American political coalition from Harlem whose members later ascended to top political posts. It is named after the Gang of Four of China.
The four members were:
- David Dinkins, later Deputy Mayor and Mayor of New York City
- Basil Paterson, a onetime New York State Senator, Deputy Mayor of New York City, and New York State Secretary of State
- Charles Rangel, a state representative and eventually a senior Democratic Congressman
- Percy Sutton, one-term state Assemblyman, Manhattan Borough President from 1966 to 1977
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