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Thirty years after his confirmation to the U.S. Supreme Court, Justice Clarence Thomas continues to have a profound influence on American law and culture—evident again with last week’s landmark rulings.


A new book, “Created Equal: Clarence Thomas in His Own Words,” gives readers access to hours of the exclusive content from the justice himself. Building on the success of a PBS documentary by the same name, the book chronicles Thomas’ amazing life and includes unreleased conversations with his wife Ginni Thomas.


Filmmaker Michael Pack, who produced the “Created Equal” documentary, and Mark Paoletta, a personal friend and lawyer who worked with Thomas during his Supreme Court confirmation, join “The Daily Signal Podcast” to share their favorite stories and what you’ll find in the book.


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  1. Chowderhead Coolidge

    I stood twenty feet off to the side of Clarence Thomas when he gave a speech to veterans on the mall near the Vietnam wall. There was no press, and nobody recording, but I should have. There were only forty chairs set up. I came up from behind him and when I realized who it was I stepped off to the side out of respect for the veterans. You’re right. He is a very engaging speaker.

    I have seen the piece on Fox Nation, now I want the book. My dad was working at Holy Cross College when he was there.

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