You Can't Go Wrong Doing Right
Robert Brown talked about his book, You Can’t Go Wrong Doing Right: How a Child of Poverty Rose to the White House and Helped Change the… read more
Robert Brown talked about his book, You Can’t Go Wrong Doing Right: How a Child of Poverty Rose to the White House and Helped Change the World, in which he recalled his life and government career advising presidents on civil rights and black entrepreneurship. close
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- Robert J. Brown Special Assistant (Former) White House
William Baribault President and CEO Nixon (Richard) Foundation
Frank Gannon Special Assistant (Former) White House
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