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Thirty-eight witnesses,

Author: A M Rosenthal
Publisher: New York, McGraw-Hill [1964]
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : [1st ed.]View all editions and formats
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In a decade scarred by some of the worst tragedies in this country's history, March 13, 1964, stands apart from the other atrocities, not because of the identity of the victim - whose name was not Kennedy, King, or Malcolm - but because of the circumstances. Kitty Genovese was a 28-year-old middle-class woman from Kew Gardens, Queens, whose murder was distinguished by the presence of thirty-eight witnesses who did  Read more...
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Rosenthal, A.M. (Abraham Michael), 1922-2006.
Thirty-eight witnesses.
New York, McGraw-Hill [1964]
(OCoLC)652353750
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: A M Rosenthal
OCLC Number: 326355
Description: 87 pages illustrations, portrait 20 cm
Responsibility: by A.M. Rosenthal.

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In a decade scarred by some of the worst tragedies in this country's history, March 13, 1964, stands apart from the other atrocities, not because of the identity of the victim - whose name was not Kennedy, King, or Malcolm - but because of the circumstances. Kitty Genovese was a 28-year-old middle-class woman from Kew Gardens, Queens, whose murder was distinguished by the presence of thirty-eight witnesses who did nothing to stop the series of attacks that would claim her life. The Kitty Genovese murder presses us to ask a litany of questions: Why did these people fail to act? What does it say about the conditions of contemporary urban life? Would it happen today? The account of the story, as related by one of the best-known and most controversial newspaper professionals in the country, is part memoir, part investigative journalism, and part public service.

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