Citizen Cohn

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Bantam Books, 1988 - Biography & Autobiography - 481 pages
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Jet-set power broker Roy Cohn has been called the toughest, most brilliant lawyer in America. Now the New York Times bestselling biography of Cohn is being reissued to tie in with the major television motion picture premiering on HBO August 22, starring James Woods.

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User Review  - yvonne.sevignykaiser - LibraryThing

What is amazing is the power this man wielded in the political arena. He crusaded against gay rights and communism with the help of J Edgar Hoover and Joseph McCarthy. He himself was a flagrant ... Read full review

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User Review  - Louise_Waugh - LibraryThing

Roy Cohn was a complete shit. Almost didn't finish this. Does give fascinatnig insight into how being gay could be a career-breaker at one time. Read full review

Contents

PART
41
PART THREE
111
PART FOUR
247
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About the author (1988)

Von Hoffman has had a long career in journalism. He is now a columnist for the New York Observer.

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