Agents of Repression
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Agents of Repression: The FBI's Secret Wars Against the Black Panther Party and the American Indian Movement is a book by Ward Churchill and Jim Vander Wall, first published in 1988. It describes government campaigns to disrupt the legal political activities of the Black Panther Party and the American Indian Movement, especially through actions of the FBI.
This study gives a chilling account of the government attack against the American Indian Movement and the Black Panther Party, placed in the context of the traditional use of the FBI for domestic political repression. It is a powerful indictment, with far–reaching implications concerning the treatment of political activists, especially those that are Black or Native American, and the functioning of our political institutions generally.— Noam Chomsky, on back cover
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- Preface to the second edition: Withstanding the Test of Time
- Excerpts from chapter 9: The Oglala Firefight
- Excerpts from chapter 12: ...Abuses of the Judicial System
- More excerpts can be found at: Google Books
- Publisher webpage: Agents of Repression
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