AMERICAN TIME BOMB: Attica, Sam Melville, and a Son's Search for Answers
Few stories are more central to understanding our history of racially biased incarceration and violent social activism than the life of Sam Melville. Sam was both reviled and admired as one of the most feared radicals in post-World War II history. Sam's son opens a window into the personal life of a legend. Photos.
Publisher: Chicago Review
Publishing status: Current
Item #: 4939999
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