A Time to Lead

Monday, September 17, 2007

In his new memoir, A Time to Lead, General Wesley Clark reflects on a distinguished military career, reveals what motivated his 2004 presidential campaign, and ponders the future of American politics.

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Event: Wesley Clark will be speaking and signing books
Wednesday, September 19 at 7:30 pm
Lincoln Square Barnes & Noble
1972 Broadway, at 66th Street


General (Ret.) Wesley Clark
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Comments [1]

Sherry Finn from Point Pleasant Beach, NJ

I grew up in Little Rock and graduated from Little Rock Central High in 1989. Every student there was offered the same education. Every class was available to every student. There were white students who didn't apply themselves or try and weren't in the "AP" classes. There were black students that were in the advanced classes and did very well. It is unfair to state that it is still segregated. What segregates people is whether or not they try to excel or feel they deserve something they have not earned.

Sep. 17 2007 02:05 PM

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