The enigma of Clarence Thomas
For Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, racism in America can never be expunged. Analyzing speeches, court opinions, and Thomas' writings, Robin (Political Science/Brooklyn Coll. and CUNY Graduate Center; The Reactionary Mind: Conservatism From Edmund Burke to Donald Trump, 2017, etc.) argues persuasively that Thomas' right-wing conservatism and black nationalism make him "the most extreme justice on the Supreme Court." Thomas, writes the author, believes "that racism is permanent, the state is ineffective, and politics is feeble."
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