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Leonard Pitts Jr.: John Lewis’ life was a master class in stubborn resolve

I expected despair. I should have known better.

The Voting Rights Act of 1965 had just been eviscerated by the Supreme Court. So I called Georgia Rep. John Lewis, for whom passage of the Act was the defining event of a heroic life, thinking his discouragement would mirror mine.

Lewis started talking instead about how he would push Congress to “put teeth back in

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