5 edition of Rope Justice found in the catalog.
September 2006 by Ulverscroft Large Print .
Written in English
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The “Day of the Rope” is a white supremacist concept taken from The Turner Diaries, a fictionalized blueprint for a white supremacist revolution written in by neo-Nazi leader William Pierce (under the pseudonym “Andrew Macdonald”). The novel influenced many violent right-wing extremists from the s through the s, including Timothy McVeigh. So the “Indian rope trick” is the elevation of equality to the putative central goal of political action by tying it to social justice. Jasay provides many insights, chuckles, and disturbing connections in these essays, and I can’t do justice to the book in this review. But I can summarize a . About this Item: Pocket Books, New Nork, NY, Soft cover. Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. Pocket Books No, first paperback edition with nice cover art by Stan Borak and written by one of the greats of the genre; "Nine stories of the men who tamed the West"; this copy is Very Good+ with several cover scratches and rubbing on one spine edge, contents unmarked; scarce in any condition.
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Brandon Garrett hand-collected and analyzed national data, looking for causes and implications of this turnaround. End of Its Rope explains what he found, and why the story of who killed the death penalty, and how, can be the catalyst for criminal justice reform.
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