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Author by : Theodore Hamm Languange Used : en Release Date : 2001-11-20 Publisher by : Univ of California Press ISBN : 0520925238 File Size : 54,7 Mb Total Download : 862
Theodore Hamm uses the 1960 execution of Caryl Chessman as a lens for examining how politics and debates about criminal justice became a volatile mix that ignited postwar California. The effects of those years continue to be felt as the state's three-strikes law and expanding prison-construction program spark heated arguments over rehabilitation and punishment. Known as the Red Light Bandit, Chessman allegedly stalked lovers' lanes in Los Angeles. Eventually convicted of rape and kidnapping, he was sentenced to death in 1948. In prison he gained significant notoriety as a writer, beginning wit
Author by : Frederick Douglass Languange Used : en Release Date : 2017-01-03 Publisher by : Akashic Books ISBN : 9781617755026 File Size : 54,8 Mb Total Download : 616
"Insight into the remarkable life of a remarkable man. [Frederick] Douglass in Brooklyn shows how the great author and agitator associated with radicals--and he associated with the president of the United States. A fine book.” --Errol Louis, host of NY1's Road to City Hall "This collection of Douglass’s speeches in Brooklyn displays the power of the former slave’s oratory before, during, and after the Civil War. Editor Hamm, a professor of media studies, places a selection of carefully reconstructed speeches in this slim volume, and gives useful context on how they were locally received.
Author by : Theodore Hamm Languange Used : en Release Date : 2009-05-15 Publisher by : Nobody Rocks Press ISBN : 9780981964713 File Size : 54,8 Mb Total Download : 315
Based on the true story of how one man rose to the heights of baseball glory only to fall into the depths of prison, Hank Thompson's Blues recounts the life of the third black player in the major leagues. Hank Thompson (1925-1969) starred for the New York Giants in the 1954 World Series before his drinking problems ruined his promising baseball career. Out of a job only two seasons after the '54 Series, within a decade Thompson found himself in the Texas prison system. Hank Thompson's Blues follows Thompson from his ascent through the Negro Leagues and winter ball in Cuba, to his rising stardo
Author by : Theodore Hamm Languange Used : en Release Date : 2008-06-01 Publisher by : New Press, The ISBN : 9781595580405 File Size : 42,5 Mb Total Download : 963
Traces the rise and influence of progressive media in modern America, profiles such figures as Jon Stewart and Michael Moore, and discusses how liberal media significantly reshaped or invented such forms as late-night television, documentaries, and the blogosphere.