For the people: sixty years of fighting for law and order

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Western Star Press, 1992 - Biography & Autobiography - 348 pages
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Coakley highlights cases from his career with the Alameda County district attorney's office, discussing bootlegging and corruption cases from the 1920s and the Berkley Free Speech and Black Panther controversies of the 1960s

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Coakley served in the Alameda County, California, District Attorney's office from 1923 to 1969; this account, written before his death in 1983, concerns not just the cases on which he worked but also ... Read full review

Contents

Early History
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Ezra Decoto 19181925
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Earl Warren 19251938
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Copyright

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