Argues for social defense as a grassroots initiative linked to challenges to oppressive structures in society, such as patriarchy, police, and the state. Filled with examples from Finland to Fiji.
Completed only days before the author was assassinated in an alleged prison escape attempt. Political essays, thoughts and fragments from the legendary prison activist and revolutionary.
The CIA, Drugs And The Press$19.95
Both a detailed chronology and analysis of the CIA's role as drug baron - from the mind-control drugs of the 40s and 50s, the heroin trade in South-East Asia, support of anti-Castro Cuban drug...
The Prison Letters of George Jackson$16.95
Still essential reading. It may be even more important now than it was in 1970 to spread the insights to Amerikan society seen best from the inside of a cell. You must read this book.
Arrested on the New Jersey Turnpike, convicted after 7 trials, broken out of prison and escaped to asylum in Cuba, where she lives today. The underground railroad is still in business. The...
Over the last generation, the United States prison systems have grown at a rate unparalleled in history, creating what many call a Prison Industrial Complex. What happens to our legal system, our...
Address to the Prisoners in the Cook County Jail & Other Writings on Crime & Punishment$18.00
Darrow's Crime & Criminals, originally published by Charles H. Kerr in 1902, is not only one of the greatest works by the greatest attorney in US history, it is also a little masterpiece in...
The Rule of Force in World Affairs$16.00
When the US or UN or NATO bombs Libya or Iraq or Serbia, those states are held up in the corporate media as "rogue states," states who ignore international law, treaties, even the most basic moral...
Live Interviews of Life In Prison with James Carr$16.98
Three excerpts from the original interviews with Jimmy Carr that formed the basis for BAD, his autobiography. The three lengthy sections included on this disc (totalling nearly 35 minutes) are...
The Politics of Imprisonment$14.98
Ward Churchill exposes the Criminal Justice System's role as an agent of social control. This lecture, recorded at the Doing Time Conference at the University of Winnepeg, September 2000, focuses...