Edward Brooke

  • Where I Stand

    As Attorney General of Massachusetts, Mr. Brooke, forty-six, fills the highest elective post held by a Negro in the United States. If he wins the Senate seat being vacated by Leverett Saltonstall, he will be the first Negro senator since Reconstruction days. A Republican who now must declare himself on major national and foreign policy issues, he takes his stand in THE CHALLENGE OF CHANGE. to be published soon by Little, Brown. In this article Mr. Brooke gives his proposals for solving some of the most pressing of America’s problems at home.