The debut last week of Justice Clarence Thomas’ memoir, “My Grandfather’s Son,” was accompanied by the re-emergence of Armstrong Williams, the controversial conservative commentator, as a visible ally, if not spokesman, for the justice.

“We’re lifetime friends. He’s my hero,” Williams said in his office last week as he fielded calls from reporters, including Chris Wallace of Fox News, seeking interview time with the justice.

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