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The Past is Never Dead mentioned in Denver Post column

My new book, “The Past is Never Dead” was mentioned in Bill Husted’s column last Sunday. One of the endorsements for the new book was from Henry Louis Gates, the Harvard professor who was mistakenly arrested for breaking into his own house. You can read the column on the Denver Post site.

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