Capitol Hill in Black and White
Chauffeur maitre d' of the Senate Dining Room, author Robert Parker was in the middle of the incomparable world of high-power politics. There he heard many scandalous secrets first-hand. Now, he tells all.
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Parker, the son of a black sharecrop per, grew up in East Texas during the 1930s. In the early 1940s, following a brief stint in the army, he came to Washington, D.C., where he worked as chauffeur and ... Read full review
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