A Jack Greenberg Lexicon

by William Cole

Tags: Civil Rights/Race and the Law, Human Rights, Twelve Tables Press

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186 pp  $38.95

ISBN 978-1-94607-406-5

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For almost seven decades Jack Greenberg fought for justice, firmly establishing himself as a legend in the legal community and beyond. Of course, he had a private life as well: he loved his family and friends, opera, cooking, travel, jokes, fine wines, and his country. This highly original book, by Greenberg's adopted son, is part biography, part memoir, part reference book, and part photo album. It includes substantial and heretofore unpublished documentation, along with more than 150 photographs, bringing together the disparate elements of Greenberg's life and character with insights, scholarship, and humor.

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