My Life as a Radical Lawyer

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Carol Pub., 1994 - Biography & Autobiography - 414 pages
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William Kunstler is one of America's most famous and controversial lawyers. He has played a key role in many of the most famous cases of the last 30 years--from the Chicago Seven trial to the World Trade Center bombing. Now, for the first time, Kunstler tells his own astonishing story in this candid, passionate, revealing autobiography.

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MY LIFE AS A RADICAL LAWYER

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In this bafflingly disappointing autobiography, Kunstler, radical lawyer extraordinaire, is once again arguing a difficult case—this time his own. As defense attorney in some of this country's ... Read full review

Contents

Chicago
3
The First Forty Years
47
Beginnings
49
Copyright

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About the author (1994)

Sheila Isenberg teaches at Marist College. She is the author of Women Who Love Men Who Kill, and she coauthored My Life as a Radical Lawyer with William M. Kunstler. She lives in upstate New York with her husband.

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