Strange Justice: The Selling of Clarence Thomas

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Plume, 1995 - Political Science - 406 pages
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t a compelling and shocking case against the political machine that lied, withheld information, fabricated stories, and otherwise shepherded Clarence Thomas through the confirmation process to satisfy the conservative agenda. Photos.

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Proof positive that Thomas perjured himself before the Senate Judiciary Committee and should be impeached.

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We've all seen the statue of justice blindfolded, eyes covered so that the accused cannot be seen. If only justice worked that way! What "Strange Justice" gives the reader is an account of how a ... Read full review

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PROLOGUE I
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THE DEAL II
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