by Kevin Merida and Michael A. Fletcher
April 20, 2007 For many, Clarence Thomas will be forever linked to Anita Hill, accusations of workplace harassment, and a bruising confirmation hearing. A new book, Supreme Discomfort, traces the conservative jurist's rise to the nation's highest court.
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