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by William M. Kunstler,Bruce Jackson

ISBN: 0252019059
ISBN13: 978-0252019050
Language: English
Publisher: University of Illinois Press; 1st edition (April 1992)
Pages: 280
Category: Social Sciences
Subategory: Sociology

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This gathering of essays by the maverick social observer Bruce Jackson will stir memories, give insights, and provoke strong reactions.

This gathering of essays by the maverick social observer Bruce Jackson will stir memories, give insights, and provoke strong reactions. Selections range freely over a wide spectrum of American social conditions, public policy, and crime and punishment issues from the mid-1960s to the present. The essays remain remarkably fres This gathering of essays by the maverick social observer Bruce Jackson will stir memories, give insights, and provoke strong reactions.

William Moses Kunstler (July 7, 1919 – September 4, 1995) was an American radical lawyer and civil rights activist, known for his politically unpopular clients. Kunstler was an active member of the National Lawyers Guild, a board member of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and the co-founder of the Law Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR), the "leading gathering place for radical lawyers in the country".

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This gathering of essays by the maverick social observer Bruce Jackson will stir memories, give insights, and provoke strong reactions. The essays remain remarkably fresh and crucially central to issues in contemporary American society. previous book next book. Global Lynching and Collective Violence. Volume 2: The Americas and Europe.

William Moses Kunstler was an American radical lawyer and civil rights activist, known for his defending clients whom most attorneys shunned. July 7, 1919 (age 76). New York City, New York, United States. William Kunstler was one of the country's best known and most reviled radical lawyers, defending clients. His clients included civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr., mafia don John Gotti, and a terrorist accused in the bombing of the World Trade Center in New York City.

William M. Kunstler facts: William Kunstler (1919-1995) was one of the best known civil rights attorneys in the United States. William M. Kunstler Facts. William Kunstler (1919-1995) was one of the best known civil rights attorneys in the United States.

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William Kunstler, in our brief encounter, was a warm, attentive person who seemed to care about me, a college student! . The book's title carries a certain irony

William Kunstler, in our brief encounter, was a warm, attentive person who seemed to care about me, a college student! I cared in return. The book's title carries a certain irony. Though hated by many in his professional capacity, William Kunstler was a man who needed to be loved and who possessed a "consuming need for belonging" (p. 208). He sought out allies and friends and charmed many of those who abhorred him. For Langum, a professor of law at Samford University, this only raises a dilemma: "How could a man who so craved admiration and love make such outrageous statements?

This gathering of essays by the maverick social observer Bruce Jackson will stir memories, give insights, and provoke strong reactions. Selections range freely over a wide spectrum of American social conditions, public policy, and crime and punishment issues from the mid-1960s to the present: the pulse of America as felt through a row of bayonet-carrying troops on the Pentagon porch; how prisoners get through the toughest days in the toughest prison in Texas, and how narcotics cops do the same on their beats in Harlem; miners and mine owners trying to get a piece of the dream in eastern Kentucky; an upper-middle-class party in Chicago where, instead of alcohol, the host served some of the best pharmaceutical dope available in the Midwest.Jackson cares deeply about the causes and ideas he explores. A master of economical and sharp expression, he appproaches[sic] the American social scene with a rare independence and vision. Readers will learn, for example, why he believes that "most of the people who commit crimes which could send them to prison do not go," and why the prison population "reflects only that part of the criminal world that isn't smart, rich, dishonest, or lucky enough to stay out of jail."The essays in this book remain remarkably fresh and crucially central to issues in contemporary American society. They will appeal to the general reader as well as to readers with more specialized interests in the criminal justice system and social policy.
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