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Washington powerbroker and Bill Clinton confidant Vernon Jordan talks about the early years of his life and his work as a civil rights leader, as recounted in his new memoir.
- Vernon Jordan attorney, businessman, civil rights leader, and author of the memoir, "Vernon Can Read!"
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