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Silent Justice: The Clarence Thomas Story
John Greenya (au). The definitive biography of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas. Recounts his growing up poor in GA, his conservative Catholic upbringing, & his love of learning, this book illus. the racial conflicts that shaped his personal & political philosophy at an early age. It is based on extensive research on Thomasís education & experience prior to his becoming a judge. The book shows how his struggle to be ďas good as whiteĒ ostracized him from the black civil rights community, just as racism had often left him alienated from whites. It also sheds light on why he often appears combative & confrontational. Here is a fascinating portrait of the man which connects the dots of Thomasís life with the social, political, & legal impact he has had on this country.
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