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A NEW YORK TIMES NOTABLE BOOK • The definitive biography of the great lawyer and Supreme Court justice, from the bestselling author of Eyes on the Prize
 
“Magisterial . . . in Williams’ richly detailed portrait, Marshall emerges as a born rebel.”—Jack E. White, Time
 
Thurgood Marshall was the twentieth century’s great architect of American race relations. His victory in the Brown v. Board of Education decision, the landmark Supreme Court case outlawing school segregation in the United States, would have made him a historic figure even if he had never been appointed as the first African-American to serve on the Supreme Court. He had a fierce will to change America, which led to clashes with Martin Luther King, Jr., Malcom X, and Robert F. Kennedy. Most surprising was Marshall’s secret and controversial relationship with the FBI chief J. Edgar Hoover.
 
Based on eight years of research and interviews with over 150 sources, Thurgood Marshall is the sweeping and inspirational story of an enduring figure in American life who rose from the descendants of slaves to become an American hero.

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"Marshall''s life was a seminal one for twentieth-century American history, and it is well told in Mr. Williams''s readable and important book."--The New York Times

"This is a must-read for all Americans concerned with the struggle for civil and individual rights."--Booklist (Editors'' Choice, 1998)

"Engaging--remarkable in its vivid and detailed account of its subject."--The Washington Post Book World

"Magisterial." --Time magazine

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This New York Times Notable Book of the Year, 1998, is now in trade paper.

From the bestselling author of Eyes on the Prize, here is the definitive biography of the great lawyer and Supreme Court justice.

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This New York Times Notable Book of the Year, 1998, is now in trade paper.
From the bestselling author of Eyes on the Prize, here is the definitive biography of the great lawyer and Supreme Court justice.

About the Author

Juan Williams has been a political analyst and national correspondent for The Washington Post for twenty-one years. He has written for Fortune,The Atlantic Monthly, Ebony, GQ, and Newsweek, for which he is a regular columnist. Mr. Williams has earned widespread critical acclaim for a series of documentaries, including one that won him an Emmy Award. His numerous and frequent television appearances include Oprah, Nightline, Washington Week in Review, CNN''s Crossfire (where he often served as co-host), and Capitol Gang Sunday. Currently a regular panelist on Fox News Sunday, he lives in Washington, D.C.

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Right Time, Right Man?

Rumors flew that night. Supreme Court Justice Tom Clark had resigned a few hours earlier. By that Monday evening, Solicitor General Thurgood Marshall and his wife, Cissy, heard that the president was set to name Clark''s replacement the very next morning. At the Marshalls'' small green town house on G Street in Southwest Washington, D.C., the phone was ringing. Friends, family, and even politicians were calling to see if Thurgood had heard anything about his chances for the job. But all the Marshalls could say was that they had heard rumors.

As Marshall dressed for Clark''s retirement party on that muggy Washington night of June 12, 1967, he looked at his reflection in the mirror. Years ago some of his militant critics had called him "half-white" for his straight hair, pointed nose, and light tan skin. Now, at fifty-eight, his face had grown heavy, with sagging jowls and dark bags under his eyes. His once black hair, even his mustache, was now mostly a steely gray. And he looked worried. He did have on a good dark blue suit, the uniform of a Washington power player. But the conservative suit looked old and out of place in an era of Afros and dashikis. And even the best suit might not be strong enough armor for the high-stakes political fight he was preparing for tonight. At this moment the six-foot-two-inch Marshall, who weighed well over two hundred pounds, felt powerless. He was fearful that he was about to lose his only chance to become a Supreme Court justice.

Staring in the mirror as if it were a crystal ball, Marshall could see clearly only that he would have one last chance to convince the president he was the right man. That chance would come tonight at Justice Clark''s retirement party.
In his two years as solicitor general there had been constant rumors floating around the capital about Marshall being positioned by the president to become the first black man on the high court. However, with one exception, no one at the White House had ever spoken to him about the job. That exception was President Lyndon Johnson. Whenever Johnson talked about the Supreme Court in front of him, the tall, intense Texan made a point of turning to Marshall, thrusting a finger in his face, and reminding him there was no promise that he would ever have a job on the high court.

But Johnson was privately talking about putting Marshall on the Supreme Court. For a southern politician, Johnson had a strong sense of racial justice. As a skinny twenty-year-old, he had taught school to poor Hispanic children in south Texas and seen firsthand the disadvantages they faced. Now Johnson''s fabled political instincts had drawn him to the idea that he would be hailed by history as the president who put the first black on the Supreme Court. The president had set the wheels in motion by making Marshall the nation''s first black solicitor general. And he had confided to his wife, Lady Bird, that he wanted to appoint Marshall to the Supreme Court. But the president had been having second thoughts about Marshall. Was he really a good lawyer? And what about talk that Marshall was lazy? Was it realistic to think he could win enough votes to get by white racists in the Senate and be confirmed?

As he finished getting ready for the party, Marshall replayed all the rumors he had heard about why the president was reluctant to appoint him to the high court. Thinking about it, Marshall got grumpy, then angry. His chance to be in the history books as the first black man on the Supreme Court was fading, and he felt abandoned. The word around the capital was that the nomination would be announced tomorrow. Marshall had heard nothing from the White House.

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A man who created a blueprint where there was none
Reviewed in the United States on September 11, 2019
I love reading. Reading for me allows you to have a personal discussion with the author who did the research and much of the leg work in becoming a subject expert on the topic at hand. This book, was NO exception. As a kid, there were 2 black people that were... See more
I love reading. Reading for me allows you to have a personal discussion with the author who did the research and much of the leg work in becoming a subject expert on the topic at hand. This book, was NO exception.

As a kid, there were 2 black people that were essentially taught in all public schools. Martin Luther King and Thurgood Marshall... I thought, most certainly there had to be more black people in history. Reading this book you discover WHY Thurgood became so popular within American culture.

This book uncovers who Thurgood was and what Thurgood did to solidify himself in history. You learn Thrugood''s upbringing and why he applied to Howard University instead of University of Maryland where most prominent lawyers of that time went - (I''ll give you a hint, certain lawyers of certain complexions were only able to study law in certain places). You learn Thurgood''s approach to battling the legal aspect of the Civil Rights issues people of color experienced.

You learn about the person, the tactics used against him, you learn about his career path and reasoning behind it.. You learn about how him and MLK didn''t get along, how he didn''t really respect Martin, maybe it came from a a place of jealousy as it did with most Civil Rights Leaders back then. You learn about Thurgood''s disregard for Malcolm X, his disregard for the nation of Islam and what that movement birthed.

I think Thurgood''s dislike for those groups ultimately pushed him into becoming a Judge. He didn''t like that most black people were not sitting around waiting for racist judges to change the law, they were taking the law into their own hands.

This book shed a lot of light on Thurgood and his life.. it taught me a lot about the person and WHY America chooses to celebrate him..
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Unexpectedly Excellent
Reviewed in the United States on July 21, 2020
As a non-fan of the author from his TV commentary, I was expecting to find this book thinly written and likely hagiographical. Nonetheless, from what I could find, this was the most promising biography of TM, about whom I wanted to learn more. I was pleasantly surprised to... See more
As a non-fan of the author from his TV commentary, I was expecting to find this book thinly written and likely hagiographical. Nonetheless, from what I could find, this was the most promising biography of TM, about whom I wanted to learn more. I was pleasantly surprised to find this work well researched and well written. Kudos to the author - I am surprised it did not win more awards.
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Deeper perspectives on justice and equality
Reviewed in the United States on April 24, 2019
I loved this intimate look at the emerging history of our 20th century nation. Seeing not just traditional views of the civil rights moment, but developing a deeper perspective on what our constitution demands as equal rights was enlightening. Thurgood Marshall, as... See more
I loved this intimate look at the emerging history of our 20th century nation. Seeing not just traditional views of the civil rights moment, but developing a deeper perspective on what our constitution demands as equal rights was enlightening. Thurgood Marshall, as controversial and enigmatic as the life he lived, changed the face of our country! Deeply researched and honestly shared!
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A True Giant in American History
Reviewed in the United States on March 16, 2014
Justice Marshall''s victories as the lead NAACP lawyer in dozens of civil rights cases, beginning in the late-1920s, are astounding when one considers that most of the cases were thought to be unwinnable, given that many took place in the South during Jim Crow. Marshall... See more
Justice Marshall''s victories as the lead NAACP lawyer in dozens of civil rights cases, beginning in the late-1920s, are astounding when one considers that most of the cases were thought to be unwinnable, given that many took place in the South during Jim Crow. Marshall faced his share of death threats as he represented black defendants who were being accused of rape or murder and faced the death penalty. And most of the time he won. He was accomplishing these legal victories decades before Jackie Robinson and later Martin Luther King became national figures. Because of his excellence in the courtroom as well as his integrity, Marshall more than earned his appointments as a Federal Judge, Solicitor General and Supreme Court Justice. Marshall''s life is worth celebrating and Juan Williams did an excellent job telling the Justice''s story.
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A leader who should be a household name like Dr. King
Reviewed in the United States on July 13, 2021
Really loved the book. Always grew up admiring Dr. King, but was taught very little about Justice Marshall. You can clearly make the argument that while Dr. King was the rock star of the civil rights movement, Justice Marshall did much more to improve the lives of... See more
Really loved the book. Always grew up admiring Dr. King, but was taught very little about Justice Marshall. You can clearly make the argument that while Dr. King was the rock star of the civil rights movement, Justice Marshall did much more to improve the lives of minorities. In the pantheon of Civil Rights leader, not sure who would be placed ahead of Justice Marshall, Dr. King included. Really opened my eyes!
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Very Interesting.
Reviewed in the United States on April 19, 2018
Excellent book. I learned a lot about Thurgood Marshall. An amazing person, an outstanding attorney and impressive Supreme Court Justice. Mr. Williams, in a very interesting easy writing style, makes it easy to navigate his book, making it very difficult to put it down.... See more
Excellent book. I learned a lot about Thurgood Marshall. An amazing person, an outstanding attorney and impressive Supreme Court Justice. Mr. Williams, in a very interesting easy writing style, makes it easy to navigate his book, making it very difficult to put it down. Enjoyed it a lot.
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Dee Kaiser
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Just a wonderful book
Reviewed in the United States on June 23, 2018
This is a first-rate biography. Juan Williams shed light on Justice Marshall''s life prior to the Brown v Board of Education case that I was unaware of and enjoyed immensely. The book only enhanced my respect for both author and subject.
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Great subject, ok book
Reviewed in the United States on March 1, 2009
Although an informative book, Juan Williams'' Thurgood Marshall is an all too common example of a biography where the strength of the subject is forced to shine through weak writing. It is unfortunate that publishers allow the prominence of radio hosts and television pundits... See more
Although an informative book, Juan Williams'' Thurgood Marshall is an all too common example of a biography where the strength of the subject is forced to shine through weak writing. It is unfortunate that publishers allow the prominence of radio hosts and television pundits almost free reign to chronicle the lives of important historical figures knowing full well that the combination of names will often outweigh the quality of the book.

In this case, Thurgood Marshall is not done justice by Williams. However, considering there are almost no viable alternatives for anyone researching the life of one of the most powerful black man in American history, we must make due.

The chapter on the Justice''s political maneuvering - Machiavellian Marshall - is particularly strong and interesting. The period after Marshall graduated from law school but before becoming lead counsel for the NAACP is also a crucial look at the formative part of his legal education. Those, I''m sad to say, are the only parts that really dive into what makes Marshall tick. The reader would be better served by more of them.

American Revolutionary is by no means a fluff piece or a poorly written work. It is however fairly shallow and not the substantive biography that Marshall (and the public) deserve.
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The greatest civil rights leader of the twentieth century
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on December 21, 2015
After reading "Thurgood Marshall: American Revolutionary," it is hard not to think that Thurgood Marshall was the most important civil rights leader of the twentieth century. He isn''t as well known as the more famous and romantic personalities of Martin Luther King...See more
After reading "Thurgood Marshall: American Revolutionary," it is hard not to think that Thurgood Marshall was the most important civil rights leader of the twentieth century. He isn''t as well known as the more famous and romantic personalities of Martin Luther King Jr and Malcolm X, but he did more to change the average life of black Americans than either of the other two. And as a Supreme Court Justice, he not only advanced the lives of Black Americans but of all minorities too. This book convinced me that a slow and steady attack at the injustices of American life through the courtroom by changing American laws has a far greater impact on people''s lives than mass protests and calls for revolution. It is very inspiring book and gives credit to the law profession. I found the debate about integration vs segregation especially interesting. Marshall wholeheartedly believed that the only way to achieve true equality was through complete integration in schools and society. Ironically, many black leaders today argue the opposite; that Black Americans should focus on themselves, in their own communities, their own schools, and on their own culture. I''m not sure which is better, and the debate continues, but it is an important aspect of this book and to understanding Thurgood Marshall and race relations today. The narrative focuses mainly on his law career and the many advances in civil rights law that he helped force, so his private life is not given much attention. The author, of course, mentions his drinking issues and his infidelities, but they are not elaborated upon and so the personal side of Thurgood Marshall is not explored. This is most likely because those closest to him refused to cooperate with the author. Too bad really, because this is a very commendable book. It would have been nice, however, to have had more details on the many cases he fought; especially Brown vs the Board of Education. The author supposes that the reader is thoroughly familiar with this case, so key details are left out, personalities are not discussed, etc...the focus is on the courtroom battle itself and its aftermath. More detail would have enhanced the book greatly. This is also true for the episode of desegregation in Arkansas, and many other courtroom battles. That said, I would highly recommend this book to anyone interested in race relations in America today.
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Fantastic
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on July 26, 2013
Brilliant book, an absolute essential for anyone undertaking a historical evaluation of either African American Civil Rights, The US Supreme Court or Thurgood Marshall himself. This book was also extremely interesting in a non-academic capacity as well.
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Excellent book.
Reviewed in Canada on September 27, 2018
Excellent book. Bought it for knowledge.
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Thurgood
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Apart from the interesting content of Thurgood''s lifestory, the book itself is quite handy and easy to transport.
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