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Prison Etiquette: The Convict’s Compendium of Useful Information
Holly Cantine (ed); Dachine Rainer (ed); Christopher Isherwood (pf). Of the 50,000 Amer. who declared themselves conscientious objectors (CO) during WW2, nearly 6,000 went to prison, many serving multiyear sentences in Fed. lockups. Some CO, notably Robert Lowell, William Everson, & William Stafford, went on to become important figures in the literary life of their country, while others were participants & teachers in the civil rights & antiwar movements of the 1950s, 1960s, & 1970s. Collected by two of these “POWs” & illus. by a third, this volume was first pub. in 1950, & featured a preface by Christopher Isherwood & a written endorsement by Aldous Huxley. This ed., with a new foreword, is produced from one of the few surviving copies of the original & marks the first time this important book has been widely avail.
Fabric of the Future: Women Visionaries Illuminate the Path to Tomorrow
My Father, My Self: Understanding Dad’s Influence on Your Life
Who’s in Control? Polar Politics & the Sensible Center
Women Warriors: A History
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