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Gary M. Pomerantz (born November 17, 1960) is an American journalist and nonfiction author who lectures in the graduate program in journalism at Stanford University. His books include Where Peachtree Meets Sweet Auburn (1996 New York Times Notable Book of the Year), a multi-generational biography of Atlanta and its racial conscience told through the families of Atlanta Mayors Maynard Jackson and Ivan Allen Jr., and Their Life’s Work (2013), a narrative about the 1970s Pittsburgh Steelers dynasty that follows that storied team across the decades and examines football’s gifts and costs.
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“Human beings seem too caught up making excuses for their selfish tendencies rather than trying to improve as people or to become the person they should be trying to be.”