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A few good men

Author: Aaron Sorkin
Publisher: New York : S. French, ©1998.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Drama : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A Few Good Men is a court-martial thriller in which two marines stationed in Guantanamo Bay, are accused of the death of a weaker marine in their unit. Dan Kaffee, a dispassionate attorney in the U.S. Navy, is goaded on by a righteous-minded female co-counsel, Lieutenant Jo Gallaway, to make an argument rather than plea bargain. The play unfolds revealing the practice of unsanctioned hazing activity at the base and  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Drama
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Aaron Sorkin
ISBN: 0573692009 9780573692000
OCLC Number: 50615720
Notes: Facsim. reprint. Originally published 1990.
Description: 125 pages ; 20 cm
Responsibility: by Aaron Sorkin.

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A Few Good Men is a court-martial thriller in which two marines stationed in Guantanamo Bay, are accused of the death of a weaker marine in their unit. Dan Kaffee, a dispassionate attorney in the U.S. Navy, is goaded on by a righteous-minded female co-counsel, Lieutenant Jo Gallaway, to make an argument rather than plea bargain. The play unfolds revealing the practice of unsanctioned hazing activity at the base and a cover-up authorized from the top Commanding Officer Colonel Roy Jessup.

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