THE PORT CHICAGO MUTINY: The Story of the Largest Mass Mutiny Trial in U.S. Naval History
A thorough and engrossing work of U.S. history and civil rights literature. With a new epilogue from the author, this account raises questions about the powers of the military, about the prosecution of civil disobedience, and about the rights of the individual--issues as relevant today as they were sixty years ago. 16 pages of photos.
Publishing status: Current
Item #: 4700546
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