Then Darkness Fled: The Liberating Wisdom of Booker T. Washington

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Cumberland House, 1999 - Biography & Autobiography - 283 pages
At a time when Booker T. Washington is being rediscovered by African Americans today, the author offers a compelling look at the man and the qualities of leadership he embodied in his life and work. The result is a timeless message of hope, empowerment, and responsibility, which Washington himself characterized as the training of head, heart, and hand"". ""

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Foreword
17
The Character of Freedom
31
The Pillars of Freedom
127
Copyright

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Stephen Mansfield is a New York Times best-selling author and a popular speaker who is becoming one of the nation's most respected voices on religion in American culture. He is the author of The Faith of George W. Bush, The Faith of the American Soldier, Then Darkness Fled: The Liberating Wisdom of Booker T. Washington, and Never Give In: The Extraordinary Character of Winston Churchill, among other works of history and biography. In 2008, Mansfield wrote The Faith of Barack Obama, which was an international bestseller and was celebrated in reviews as an objective look at Obama's religious life and the controversies that surrounded it. Founder of both The Mansfield Group, a research and communications firm, and Chartwell Literary Group, which creates and manages literary projects, Stephen is also in wide demand as a lecturer and inspirational speaker

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