The Chicago Conspiracy Trial

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Da Capo Press, 1993 - Law - 401 pages
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The Chicago Conspiracy Trial of eight men, including Tom Hayden, Bobby Seale, Abbie Hoffman and Jerry Rubin, for allegedly inciting anti-war riots during the 1968 Democratic Convention, was one of the most dramatic trials in the USA's history. This book provides a complete account of that trial as well as the events surrounding it. The author, John Schultz, witnessed the entire proceeding, and obtained the story of how Judge Hoffman successfully intimidated the jury.
  

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Fascinating reporting on events that probably drew as many people to the anti-government forces as were repelled. Taken from the court transcripts, the day by day focus of this legal travesty is funny and scary. Read full review

Review: Chicago Conspiracy Trial

User Review  - Goodreads

Fascinating reporting on events that probably drew as many people to the anti-government forces as were repelled. Taken from the court transcripts, the day by day focus of this legal travesty is funny and scary. Read full review

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