|Statement||as seen by Michael O. Billington.|
|LC Classifications||E840.8.L33 B55 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 430 p. :|
|Number of Pages||430|
|LC Control Number||00110168|
How does the son of a Middle American family, a lover of mathematics and music, and a Peace Corps veteran, wind up in prison for 77 years? Meet Mike Billington, a man who has kept up the fight for truth and justice, even from prison. As a spokesman for LaRouche's vision of Third World development, his writings are read throughout the globe. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Reflections of an American Political Prisoner: The Repression and Promise of the LaRouche Movement by Michael Billington (, Trade Paperback, Unabridged edition) at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products! Reflections of an American Political Prisoner: The Repression and Promise of the LaRouche Movement by Michael O. Billington. Executive Intelligence Review. Paperback. GOOD. Spine creases, wear to binding and pages from reading. May contain limited notes, underlining or highlighting that does affect the text. Possible ex library copy, that’ll have the markings and stickers associated from. Michael O. Billington: Reflections of an american political prisoner. The repression and promise of the Larouch Movement. EIR News Service, Washington, * , Connecticut, USA. Charge: Zelotry Prison: Department of Corrections, Virginia.
Details about Reflections of an American Political Prisoner: The Repression and Promise of t. Be the first to write a review. Political Science Books American, Politics Books, Political Science Textbook, Politics African Books, Germany Politics Books, Turkey Politics Books. Book 55/ Having recently read "Orange is the New Black", Piper Kernan's memoir of a year in prison, Susan Rosenberg's book "An American Radical" came from a different time and a different world, despite having overlapped at Danbury Federal Correctional Facility/5(14). Michael O. Billington is an activist in the LaRouche Movement, Asia editor for the Executive Intelligence Review, and author of Reflections of an American Political Prisoner: the Repression and Promise of the LaRouche Movement.. Billington graduated from Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut in He then joined the Peace Corps, where he taught Mathematics and Music, first in Guyana. Prisoners — especially blacks, Chicanos and Puerto Ricans — are increasingly advancing the proposition that they are political prisoners. They contend that they are political prisoners in the sense that they are largely the victims of an oppressive politico-economic order, swiftly becoming conscious of the causes underlying their victimization.
Prisoner’s Reflections: Meditations for Prisoners is a collection of devotions written by Thomas Bird. Mr. Bird is a Lutheran Christian who was in prison for many years.. As a former inmate, the author reflects on his personal challenges and struggles as well as the struggles and temptations he has observed in others. ***Updated on Novem *** Read Racism, Liberation, and US Political Prisoners, an analysis of political imprisonment in the United States This is a list of individuals who are currently incarcerated in the United States, are targets because of their actions threatening U.S. imperial power, and who were imprisoned for their political activity. AfGJ considers Read more →. In , while imprisoned on Robben Island, Nelson Mandela secretly wrote the bulk of his autobiography, Long Walk to Freedom. The manuscript was to be smuggled out by fellow prisoner Mac Maharaj on his release later that year. Maharaj also urged Mandela and other prominent political prisoners to write essays on South Africa's political future. Jeff Manza is the coauthor, with Clem Brooks, of Social Cleavages and Political Change: Voter Alignments and U.S. Party Coalitions. With Jeff Manza, Christopher Uggen is coauthor of the forthcoming Locked Out: Felon Disenfranchisement and American Democracy. Research was supported by grants from the National Science Foundation (No. ) and.