Carl Levin, in my opinion, was a fantastic public servant. From his time on Detroit City Council when he fought back against HUD because they were not maintaining the properties they owned, to his time in the US Senate when he sought the truth regarding the 2008 financial crisis, the book dives into detail on the issues Carl thought was important.

Other areas Senator Levin highlighted during his career were the aftermath of the 1967 Detroit riots, the Clinton impeachment, 9/11 and the War in Afghanistan, Saddam Hussein and the War in Iraq, the filibuster, and his relationships with numerous colleagues in the Senate and world leaders.

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