Big Black: Stand at Attica - Big Black: Stand at Attica

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Big Black: Stand at Attica - Big Black: Stand at Attica

Big Black: Stand at Attica

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Améziane & Frank "Big Black" Smith & Jared Reinmuth 180 pages
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Publisher’s summary Archaia

The uprising at Attica Prison remains one of the bloodiest civil rights confrontations in American history… but without Frank “Big Black” Smith it could have been even worse. Now for the first time,... Read more

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Archaia

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  • 12/02/2020

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Reviewed by Esta
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***** 9-13 September 1971. Did N.Y. State Governor Rockfeller feel threatened in his political ambitions? When he ordered the violent retaking of the Attica prison D-Ward - encouraged and approved by Richard Nixon whose paranoia made him drunkenly utter “you see, it’s the Black business” – Nelson Rockfeller claimed to preserve the American tradition of Justice and avoid the destruction of free society. After all, being seen as knuckling under and forced to negotiate would only encourage the... Read more

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