Justice Thomas Tells His Story United States Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas' new memoir chronicles his life before becoming a justice. Columnist Armstrong Williams and author Kevin Merida offer their insights about the timing of his memoir.
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Justice Thomas Tells His Story

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Justice Thomas Tells His Story

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United States Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas has released his memoir My Grandfather's Son, chronicling his life before the Supreme Court, and his dificult confirmation hearing. Sydicated columnist Armstrong Williams, a close friend of Justice Thomas, offers insights about the timing of his memoir. Also joining the discussion is Kevin Merida, who co-wrote a biography of Thomas, Supreme Discomfort: The Divided Soul of Clarence Thomas.