And I Haven't Had a Bad Day Since: From the Streets of Harlem to the Halls of Congress
In this inspiring and often humorous memoir, the outspoken Democratic congressman from Harlem—now the chairman of the powerful House Ways and Means Committee—tells about his early years on Lenox Avenue, being awarded a Bronze Star and a Purple Heart for wounds sustained in a horrific Korean War battle (the last bad day of his life, he says), and his many years in Congress.
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And I haven't had a bad day since: from the streets of Harlem to the halls of CongressUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
In this entertaining memoir, less a study of politics than an account of a remarkable life, the 19-term congressman from Harlem takes the reader from the days of his somewhat misdirected youth during ... Read full review
A great book... it made me through out all my other books and just keep that one..... AMAZING