Critics of Clarence Thomas need to let go of anger
Oct. 23, 2007 12:00 AM
In reviews of the recent autobiography of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, numerous writers have noted the justice still clings to the anger he felt at his confirmation hearings. The "high-tech lynching," if you recall. Well. A former law clerk of Thomas' recently observed that it is the reviewers, no less than Thomas himself, who cannot seem to let go of anger. At his judgments. At his very confirmation. Wish I'd thought of that myself. They do need to let it go.
- Doug MacEachern, editorial writer
Wednesday, October 24, 2007
Critics of Clarence Thomas
A short comment from an Arizona Republic editorial writer: