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The German guerrilla: terror, reaction, and resistance
It's probably been 20 yrs since I read this but I still look at it w/ strong emotion. I've always been sympathetic to the RAF & this just drove the sympathy home further. The interview w/ Klein is amazing, very strong, very important. Strangely, this is the 2nd bk I've manually entered here where I got an error message that the ISBN number is taken by another bk. What does this mean? Did the original press create a false ISBN number because it allowed them to get the bk in more libraries that way or some such? Or was something done to try to eradicate traces of this? Klein's discussion is very frank & very real - at the same time that it's extremely radical, it's also critical of dehumaizing aspects of hard-core miltantancy. READ THIS.
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