Mary Frances Berry’s “A Justice for All”

    MARY FRANCES BERRY served for 25 years on the U.S. Civil Rights Commission which was founded by President Eisenhower in response to growing racial conflict and civil rights protests. She joins us to talk about her career and share observations about the progress we’ve made as a nation. Her new book is “And Justice For All.” Listen to the mp3

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