New Book Release From Political Commentator, Adolph Mongo Announced
The well-known political consultant and commentator's new book will be released later this year
My book gives a different perspective into the administrations of the late Coleman Young and former disgraced mayor, Kwame Kilpatrick, Mongo said. mongo has been a fixture in Detroit political circles for several decades; following the ebbs and flows that created booms and busts for the challenged city.
I am excited about this book. I was there when history was being made in Detroit in the last thirty years: history that was both good and bad, Mongo added, hinting at the rise of a very proud city from the ashes of 60's riots to it's eventual fall into an abyss created by greed and avarice in high city offices. The upcoming book chronicles the recent history of Detroit from a knowledgeable inside point of view. The book is said to chocked full of behind the scenes details that tell the full story of reports that were only told in sound bites and video clips from media outlets that were attempting to fill in the gaps on the fly.
Though no specific date was reported for the book's release, Mongo's representatives have said that the yet-to-be-released title will be published by year-end. Previous reports have speculated that the book will be the biggest Detroit tell-all story since Charlie LeDuff's 'Detroit: An American Autopsy.'
About Adolph Mongo: http://adolphmongo.biz
Adolph Mongo (born 1954) is an American born political commentator and strategist. Mongo has served as a consultant and strategist for several Detroit mayors, which includes Coleman A. Young, and Kwame Kilpatrick. He also serves as a consultant for Matty Moroun, the owner of the Ambassador Bridge that links Detroit to Canada. It is the busiest international crossing in the U.S.
He acted as a key strategist for controversial attorney Geoffrey Fieger, the upset winner in the 1998 Democratic Party primary for Governor of Michigan.In addition, Mongo has been a campaign advisor behind many election victories, including six Michigan Court of Appeals Judges, five Wayne County Circuit Court Judges, three Wayne County prosecutors, John O'Hara, Mike Duggan and Kym Worthy and two US Congresswomen. See: http://www.detroitnews.com/story/opinion/2014/10/14/adolph-mongo-mark-schauer-detroit/17214071/
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