The Corner

957 Pages of This?

I am feeling for Rich. This, from page 897, Bill Clinton is in Selma in March 2000: “Now, as we crossed the bridge into the twenty-first century with the lowest unemployment rates and the highest home and business ownership rates among African-Americans ever recorded I asked the audience to remember what was yet to be accomplished…. Once again, I returned to the emotional core of my political life in saying farewell to the people who had done so much to nourish it: “As long as Americans are willing to hold hands, we can walk with any wind, we can cross any bridge. Deep in my heart, I do believe, we shall overcome.”

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