My Grandfather’s Son: A Memoir by Clarence Thomas chronicles the Supreme Court Justices’ strict upbringing by his grandfather – who was determined to equip Thomas for fierce adversity. His grandfather’s serious attitude was well-warranted, in the Deep South that was still wracked by everyday racism.
But Clarence Thomas proved himself through struggle after struggle on his way to a seat in the highest court in the land. As Thomas looks back in this book, he reveals a life of relentless courage, faith, and perseverance.
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