Photographs by Michael Clinton. Forward by David Muir.
Glitterati Incorporated, 2009. 160 pp., Numerous color illustrations, 10¼x11".
Published on the same date that the Statue of Liberty was given to the American public 123 years ago, this celebration of the American melting pot, American Portraits, is similarly inspired by the ideals of freedom and hope embodied in our beloved monument. In this extraordinary collection of portraits, photographer Michael Clinton captures the diverse faces that make up the American mosaic. Together, the Americans in these photographs trace their ancestry to 100 different countries. Spending two years searching for citizens of widespread and varied ancestries, Clinton recorded personal journeys along the way - reminding him each time of what America stands for - and making him prouder than ever to call himself American.
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