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Great book! Very well written and nuanced. This book creates a context for the life and work of Justice Marshall that only enhances ones understanding of the enormity of his role... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Devin
Great work. by Williams .Must read for young adults that don't know struggle s of black citizens in united states.Published 9 months ago by Tommie R.
This book was covered in red marking pen with coments and drawings on most of the pages. It is not suitable for my library. Please send me a good hard-cover copy.Published 13 months ago by Marianne L.
Long before he was a controversial commentator on NPR and then FOX News, Juan Williams was a distinguished chronicler of the US Civil Rights era. Read morePublished 15 months ago by T. Graczewski
Justice Marshall's victories as the lead NAACP lawyer in dozens of civil rights cases, beginning in the late-1920s, are astounding when one considers that most of the cases were... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Amazon Customer
Thurgood Marshall is one of the primary movers of the United States in the twentieth century. He was a trailblazer who challenged racial segregation head-on in the courts and won. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Jeremy A. Perron
This seems to be a very thorough book but I have to guess because I want to leave the wrapping on it since it is a Christmas gift. Read morePublished 24 months ago by shopaholic1
Juan Williams plows through the 'hard shell' of the late Justice Marshall and drives right into the deepest parts of Marshall's demons and skeletons. Read morePublished on May 20, 2013 by LaSonya Thompson, Esq.