Rise and Fall of California's Radical Prison Movement
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Description: This is a history of the California prison movement from 1950 to 1980, focusing on the San Francisco Bay Area's San Quentin State Prison and highlighting the role that prison reading and writing played in the creation of radical inmate ideology in those years. The book begins with the Caryl Chessman years (1948-60) and closes with the trial of the San Quentin Six (1975-76) and the passage of California's Determinate Sentencing Law (1977).
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Copyright year: 1994
Publisher: Stanford University Press
Publication date: 2/1/1994
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 1.00" tall
|The Gates Open Up and the Experts Pour In|
|Bibliotherapy and Civil Death|
|Caryl Chessman and the Roots of Convict Resistance|
|Taking the Yard, Freeing the Mind: The Black Muslims|
|Eldridge Cleaver and the Celebration of Crime|
|Crime Fetishism in the Radical Left|
|The Construction of George Jackson|
|Prisoner Unions and the "Imprisoned Class"|
|"Foco" Terrorism in the SLA|
|The Force of Imprisoned Words|