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Grant Park by Leonard Pitts Jr.
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Grant Park (edition 2015)

by Leonard Pitts Jr. (Author)

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Title:Grant Park
Authors:Leonard Pitts Jr. (Author)
Info:Agate Bolden (2015), 400 pages
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A clear-eyed journalist who is not afraid to show emotion, Leonard Pitts connects the tumultuous Martin Luther King Jr. days with the Obama campaign, seamlessly, brilliantly. One is present almost every moment with him as he traverses from one time period to the next, arguing for and against race relations with the passion of a student, fact hammering of an attorney and authenticity of feeling only a man who has lived the experience can display. ( )
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""A novel that weaves together the stories of two veteran journalists from Martin Luther King's final days in Memphis to the 2008 presidential election"--Provided by publisher"--

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