A Son of the South: How a childhood in Savannah shaped Clarence Thomas' patriarchal vision for America
The refrain of Thomas’ jurisprudence as well as his voice in the public square harkens back time and again to his childhood in Savannah, to the austerity of his grandfather, and to the particular vision of masculinity he represented.
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