By The Hill Staff - 06/13/11 11:16 PM EDT
Radio and television talk show host Armstrong Williams, who persevered through a controversy that attracted front-page headlines six years ago, has penned a new book, Reawakening Virtues.
The conservative commentator describes his tome “as an answer to the current political and social difficulties we face.”
Williams, a regular contributor to The Hill’s Pundits Blog, said the book will tackle his 2005 No Child Left Behind controversy. Williams later said he admitted he erred when he accepted a Department of Education contract to promote President George W. Bush’s signature education accomplishment.
Reawakening Virtues will be available to the public in early July.