Hamilton Jordan's coming of age in the segregated South

Aired: 11/26/2015 | 0:06:26 | Clip
Before he was Jimmy Carter’s chief of staff, Hamilton Jordan was just a boy living in a deeply segregated south. For a decade, he worked on an autobiography about growing up in that place and time, before passing away from mesothelioma. His daughter, Kathleen Jordan finished the book, and speaks to Judy Woodruff about the work, and her efforts finishing it.