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From Freedom To Slavery

From Freedom To Slavery

The Rebirth of Tyranny in America

Gerry Spence

St. Martin's Griffin

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Never afraid to take on tough cases or tackle difficult issues, here in From Freedom to Slavery Gerry Spence comes at us uncensored, with his passions on fire. In this underground bestseller, which has come to define Spence's political philosophy, he speaks out against the destructive forces in America today-forces of government and corporate tyranny that are robbing us of our freedom-and he warns us that time is running out.

In a dramatic new chapter, presented for the first time in a trade paperback edition, Spence recounts in astonishing detail the government shoot-out at Ruby Ridge and the resulting trial of separatist Randy Weaver, revealing the important lessons we must learn from this tragic case.

Finally, Spence makes the eloquent case that we, as Americans, have delivered our freedoms to new masters: corporate and governmental conglomerates, our biased court system, and the censored media. From Freedom to Slavery is an urgent work that urges us to resist this tyranny, a book that must be read and discussed by all concerned citizens of our troubled land.

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THE EYE OF THE WOLF
The
Tyranny
of
Justice
Randy Weaver's wife was dead, shot through the head while she clutched her child to her breast. His son was shot, twice. First they shot the child's arm—probably destroyed the arm....

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Praise for From Freedom To Slavery

“One of America's true originals.” —Dan Rather

“The Wyoming eagle writes about power and justice again-this time, in a fluid and lyrical style. He does not make you think. Better, he make you want to think.” —Ralph Nader

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About the author

Gerry Spence

Gerry Spence, whose famous trials include the Karen Silkwood case and the Randy Weaver defense, lives in Wyoming. His books include the New York Times bestseller How to Argue and Win Every Time and Of Murder and Madness.

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