PHOTOS: A Journey Through the Life of Clarence Thomas

PHOTOS: A Journey Through the Life of Clarence Thomas

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From Clarence Thomas's memoir, A Grandfather's Son:

Bobby Hill and me leaving the courthouse in Donalsonville, Georgia, after defending Carl Isaacs, a white murderer, in the summer of 1973. Everyone inside was white. It looked just like the courtroom scene in To Kill a Mockingbird.

(HarperCollins Publishers/Courtesy of the Donalsonville News)

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