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Agents of repression : the FBI's secret wars against the Black Panther Party and the American Indian Movement

Author: Ward Churchill; Jim Vander Wall
Publisher: Boston, MA : South End Press, ©1988.
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Ward Churchill; Jim Vander Wall
ISBN: 0896082946 9780896082946 0896082938 9780896082939
OCLC Number: 17982227
Description: xvi, 509 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: "Daughter of the earth: song for Anna Mae Aquash" / by Ellen Klaver. --
Introduction: Beyond the myth. --
pt. I: The FBI as political police --
a capsule history. Birth and formation ; The COINTELPRO era ; COINTELPRO-Black Panther Party. --
pt. II: A context of struggle. Why Pine Ridge? ; The Pine Ridge battleground. --
pt. III: The FBI on Pine Ridge, 1972-76. The GOONs, cable splicer and garden plot ; Assassinations and bad-jacketing ; Informers, infiltrators, agents provocateurs ; The Ogala firefight ; The disinformation campaign ; Perjury and fabrication of evidence ; Other political abuses of the judicial system. --
pt. IV: We will remember. A legacy of repression ; Moving forward.
Responsibility: by Ward Churchill and Jim Vander Wall.

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