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Edwin Kennebeck • 53 Items / 1 Book, 3 Articles, 49 Reviews
Juror Number Four (1973)
The Trial of Thirteen Black Panthers as Seen from the Jury box
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    The Screen: French Can-Can't (3 Reviews)
    Juror Number Four, by Edwin Kennebeck
    1. Juror Number Four by Edwin Kennebeck
    2. Disturbers of the Peace by Colman McCarthy
    3. Imprisoned in America by Cynthia Owen Philip
    Commonweal, May 4, 1973, pp. 220-224
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    Briefly Noted (5 Reviews)
    General
    1. Soldier by Anthony B. Herbert and James T. Wooten
    2. Letters of Roger Fry by Denys Sutton and Roger Eliot Fry
    3. Juror Number Four by Edwin Kennebeck
    4. Absolutely Nothing to Get Alarmed About by Charles Wright
    5. We Have All Gone Away by Curtis Harnack
    The New Yorker, March 17, 1973, p. 130
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    Political Book Notes (11 Reviews)
    American Military Commitments Abroad, by Roland A. Paul
    1. American Military Commitments Abroad by Roland A. Paul
    2. Bureaucracy and the Public by Elihu Katz
    3. The Corrupt Kingdom by Joseph E. Finley
    4. Impeachment: The Constitutional Problems by Raoul Berger
    5. Investigating the FBI by Pat Watters and Stephen Gillers
    6. Juror Number Four by Edwin Kennebeck
    7. Life Insurance by Joseph M. Belth
    8. A Long View from the Left by Al Richmond
    9. Places for Learning, Places for Joy by Theodore R. Sizer
    10. Uncle Tom's Campus by Ann Jones
    11. The Uprooted by Oscar Handlin
    The Washington Monthly, February 1973, pp. 71-74
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    Book Marks (17 Reviews)
    In the Life, by Bruce Jackson
    1. In the Life by Bruce Jackson
    2. Juror Number Four by Edwin Kennebeck
    3. Black Star Over Japan by Albert Axelbank
    4. A Male Guide to Women's Liberation by Gene Marine
    5. The New Tsars by John Dornberg
    6. Highways to Nowhere by Richard Hebert
    7. You Can't Steal First Base by Charles Granville Hamilton
    8. Workers' Control by Gerry Hunnius, G. David Garson, and John Case
    9. To Kill a Child's Spirit by John Caughey
    10. Military Force and American Society by Bruce M. Russett and Alfred Stepan
    11. No Clear and Present Danger by Bruce M. Russett
    12. Land Reform and Economic Development by Peter Dorner
    13. The Bracero by Eugene Nelson
    14. The Autobiography of Dr. Samuel Rosen by Samuel Rosen
    15. Turn That Damned Thing Off by Gene Klavan
    16. The Myth of America's Military Power by John J. Chodes
    17. Ando Sangrando by Armando Morales
    The Nation, July 16, 1973, pp. 59-60