During a year's worth of one-on-one personal interviews, former U.S. Senator Arlen Specter reflected on his personal and professional life, including such historical events as the John F. Kennedy assassination and the Anita Hill - Clarence Thomas hearings. The former senator also shares the professional difficulties he faced as a result of his Jewish faith.
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"Pennsylvania Cable Network has put together a remarkable book about an incredible public figure whose work benefited Pennsylvanians more than anyone other than Ben Franklin. From Kansas to Philadelphia to Washington D.C., PCN has chronicled the triumphs and failures of Arlen Specter in a way that gives the reader insight into who he was."
- Edward G. Rendell, Mayor of Philadelphia 1992-2000, Governor of Pennsylvania 2003-2011
"What a life, what a career! Arlen Specter is a great American story, his life a walk through recent history. His experiences (including campaigns for D.A., mayor, governor, senator, and president) told in his own unique, often humorous voice amount to a course in political science. This oral history shows why journalists, including myself, relished covering the guy."
- John Baer, Philadelphia Daily News
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