The Emerging Police State: Resisting Illegitimate


The Emerging Police State: Resisting Illegitimate Authority [EPUB] ✻ The Emerging Police State: Resisting Illegitimate Authority ✾ William M. Kunstler – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk The defiance anger passion and optimism of America’s most celebrated and most detested radical lawyer William Kunstler ring throughout this selection of his unpublished speeches The conseuence of Ku The defiance anger passion and optimism of Police State: Epub â America’s most celebrated and most detested radical lawyer William Kunstler ring throughout this selection of his unpublished speeches The conseuence of Kunstler’s outspoken opposition to war racism and political repression was an extensive FBI file which included secretly recorded transcripts of many of his public speeches some of which are published hereThe introduction by Michael Ratner President of the New York Center for Constitutional Rights and The Emerging PDF \ attorney for the Camp X Ray prisoners from Afghanistan points out Kunstler’s words are even prescient today than in his time.

  • Paperback
  • 150 pages
  • The Emerging Police State: Resisting Illegitimate Authority
  • William M. Kunstler
  • English
  • 08 August 2015
  • 9781876175795

1 thoughts on “The Emerging Police State: Resisting Illegitimate Authority

  1. Matt Matt says:

    Michelangelo’s David is a good example for all of you This is the only representation in art of David before he kills Goliath All the rest Donatello’s bronze the paintings show him holding up the severed head of Goliath as Goliath leads the Philistines down the hills of Galilee toward the Israelites Michelangelo is saying across these four centuries that every person's life has a moment when you are thinking of doing something that will jeopardize yourself And if you don’t do it no one will be the wiser that you even thought of it So it’s easy to get out of it And that’s what David is doing right there He’s got the rock in the right hand the sling over the left shoulder and he’s saying like Prufrock “Do I dare do I dare?” Pg 27 Commencement Remarks to the School of Architecture and Planning State University of New York at Buffalo May 13 1995 This is a story Kunstler told often and one with which he personally identified Controversial and not without detractors Kunstler was an outspoken advocate for the oppressed the rebels and the hated Some of his speeches a few which survive only because the FBI secretly recorded them and trial transcripts are included uick reading a little repetitive occasionally funny and a good introduction to the values which propelled him For Kunstler the courtroom was not a place for him to defend his client against indictment; it was his forum to indict the system He refused to balk against power He refused to submit to the rules He dared

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