Clarence Thomas: A Silent Justice Speaks Out

Danforth moved to Washington, and Thomas decided in 1979 to join his staff, although he said, as he and Thompson had often discussed, he did not want to focus on civil rights. He also realized he lacked courage: He had once condemned blacks who thought like Sowell as "Uncle Toms," and he wrote that he realized he would face a similar fate. He was not ready to do it. These years of Thomas's life are bleak, and the book is, at times, painful to read. He still is estranged from his grandfather,...Full Story
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