The author recounts his life as an African-American who overcame poverty and prejudice to become a successful politician and the first black elected to a statewide office. He went on to become the first black vice president and general counsel to General Motors.
Mary M. Stolberg, a historian and a former reporter for the Pittsburgh Press, devotes her time to writing. She is the author of Fighting Organized Crime (Northeastern University Press, 1995) and Bridging the River of Hatred: The Pioneering Efforts of Detroit Police Commissioner George Edwards (Wayne State University Press, 1998).
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