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Booker T. Washington is officially added to my list of favorite people. His positive and nonjudgmental attitude is exemplary in so many ways. His way of stepping back, seeing a situation for what it ... Read full review
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"School-read" books usually recieve negative reviews from me as they are a forced read and not one that I want to read, but this book was an autobiography. Not only that, but this was an autobiography ... Read full review
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Up From Slavery: An Autobiography / By Booker T. Washington
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