My Life as a Radical Lawyer by William M. Kunstler

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America's most controversial lawyer recounts his transformation from liberal to radical during the sixties, recalls his many celebrated cases--from the Chicago Seven trial to the World Trade Center bombing--and explains why he tests democracy by defending social pariahs. Tour.
 

About William M. Kunstler

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Sheila Isenberg teaches at Marist College. She is the author of Women Who Love Men Who Kill, and she coauthored My Life as a Radical Lawyer with William M. Kunstler. She lives in upstate New York with her husband.
 
Published September 1, 1994 by Carol Publishing Corporation. 414 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Political & Social Sciences. Non-fiction

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 In this bafflingly disappointing autobiography, Kunstler, radical lawyer extraordinaire, is once again arguing a difficult case—this time his own.

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At 75, the peripatetic and controversial Kunstler steps back to recount his professional and private life. Notable is his candor: Kunstler admits to craving the limelight and enjoying the trappings of

Aug 29 1994 | Read Full Review of My Life as a Radical Lawyer

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