Mark Whitaker talked about his book, Cosby: His Life and Times, in which he chronicles the life and career of Bill Cosby, including Mr. Cosby’s political activism since the 1960s, his education philanthropy, and the “Cosby effect,” which Mr. Whitaker said played an important role in the election of President Obama. Mr. Whitaker spoke at the St. Louis County Library in Missouri. close
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