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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: Cambridge, MA : South End Press, ©2002.
Series: South End Press classics, v. 7.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 2nd edView all editions and formats
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"The mentality and operational priorities of the FBI have remained constant despite the supposed 'reforms' it underwent during the late 1970s. In light of the Homeland Security Act, a measure which formally sanctions many of the worst abuses in which the Bureau engaged a generation ago, every activist in the country should become intimately acquainted with the experiences of the Black Panther Party and the American  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ward Churchill; Jim Vander Wall
ISBN: 0896086461 9780896086463 089608647X 9780896086470
OCLC Number: 50985124
Description: xxvi, 509 pages : illustrations, maps ; 23 cm.
Contents: "Daughter of the Earth : song for Anna Mae Aquash" / by Ellen Klaver --
Preface to the classics edition --
Introduction : beyond the myth --
pt. I. The FBI as political police : a capsule history. 1. Birth and formation ; 2. The COINTELPRO era ; 3. COINTELPRO : Black Panther Party --
pt. II. A context of struggle. 4. Why Pine Ridge? ; 5. The Pine Ridge background --
pt. III. The FBI on Pine Ridge, 1972-76. 6. The GOONS, Cable Splicer, and Garden Plot ; 7. Assassinations and bad-jacketing ; 8. Informers, infiltrators, agents provocateurs ; 9. The Oglala firefight ; 10. The disinformation campaign ; 11. Perjury and fabrication of evidence ; 12. Other political abuses of the judicial system --
pt. IV. We will remember. 13. A legacy of repression ; 14. Moving forward.
Series Title: South End Press classics, v. 7.
Responsibility: Ward Churchill and Jim Vander Wall.
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"The mentality and operational priorities of the FBI have remained constant despite the supposed 'reforms' it underwent during the late 1970s. In light of the Homeland Security Act, a measure which formally sanctions many of the worst abuses in which the Bureau engaged a generation ago, every activist in the country should become intimately acquainted with the experiences of the Black Panther Party and the American Indian Movement. This South End Press Classics Edition features a new preface by Ward Churchill exposing the FBI's recent efforts to prevent a presidential pardon of Leonard Peltier and its ongoing cover-up of a roster of murders of AIM members and sympathizers. Churchill pays particular attention to the FBI's infiltration of AIM and the murder of Anna Mae Aquash."--Page 4 of cover.

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