The Boyhood Dreams of Louis Stokes

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Thanks to the GI Bill after World War Two, Louis Stokes WAS able to go to law school. He later started a law firm with his brother Carl, and went on to become Ohio's first African American elected to the U.S. Congress --- a post he held for 30 years.

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