Once Again on the March

Colin Powell fixed his crusade by working harder and altering his alliances

Colin Powell can do just about anything he wants. He could run for President, run a FORTUNE 500 corporation, a university or a foundation. The publisher of his best-selling autobiography, My American Journey, is begging him to write another. The crate of mail he gets each day is heavy with offers. My favorite is an offer to make a quick million by penning Chicken Soup for the Black Soul.

He assures me he won't be turning out an instant chicken-soup book or throwing his name into the presidential or vice-presidential ring. What Powell chooses to do instead is continue to run...

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