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I love Sammy Davis and loved the beginning of his book. Not really sure after reading the book I would want him as a friend in any capacity.
He was a very good writer, but less than halfway through--the book becomes almost entirely conversation. YES, I CAN by Sammy Davis, Jr., and Jane and Burt Boyar set a landmark 50 years ago by telling the daunting struggles and monumental successes of this multitalented African-American (though Negro was the preferred word then) who refused to take No for an answer.
But because of people like Sammy Davis, Jr., it is perhaps not as prevalent as it was. A grisly car wreck left him with one eye but grateful to be alive.
At the height of his fame and fortune he faced discrimination based solely on the color of his skin.