Capitol steps and missteps book

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capitol steps and missteps book

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The Capitol Steps: The MOCK in Democracy

When congressional aide John F. Jenrette seemed to be everything Clark was looking for in a leader.

Capitol Steps and Missteps

When congressional aide John F. Jenrette seemed to be everything Clark was looking for in a leader. With intense charisma and uncanny knowledge of how Washington worked, Jenrette seemed poised to lead a New South and destroy the common stereotype of white southerners as narrow-minded racists. Jenrette was indeed all the things Clark hoped him to be. He advocated for African Americans in an era when his political opponent insultingly sent a truckload of watermelons to a prominent black leader's home.

When congressional aide John F. Jenrette seemed to be everything Clark was looking for in a leader. With intense charisma and uncanny knowledge of how Washington worked, Jenrette seemed poised to lead a New South and destroy the common stereotype of white southerners as narrow-minded racists. Jenrette was indeed all the things Clark hoped him to be. Jenrette became an enlightened champion of civil rights for both racial minorities and women.

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2 COMMENTS

  1. Loyal V. says:

    Capitol Steps and Missteps: The Wild, Improbable Ride of Congressman …

  2. Rogerio G. says:

    That, anyway, might at least be a more descriptive title for this lurid, defensive, indisputably thorough, naturally biased, mostly lively but sometimes just downright boring chronicle of the disgraced South Carolina congressman John Jenrette.

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