Troublemaker: A Memoir From the Front Lines of the Sixties

Troublemaker: A Memoir From the Front Lines of the Sixties
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The political memoirs as captivating adventure story a sizzling account of a life in the thickness of all the great struggles of the time.
April 1973: Snow falls near the Badlands of South Dakota. It was far more than five weeks protested against the seizure of their historic village Sioux Indians at Wounded Knee, the FBI and shows no sign of abandoning their seats. When Bill Zimmerman was asked to coordinate an airlift of desperately necessary food and medical supplies, he can not refuse, fly-by shooting and a mechanical failure, he wears a dawn raid audacity success and parachutes 1.500 pounds of food in the village. The decline breaks the FBI headquarters, and declares a victory over the Indians.
It was not the 1st nor the last time Bill Zimmerman put their lives at risk for the higher social very good. In this paper we Zimmerman extraordinary in the hearts and minds of those who make the social revolution of the sixties. He writes about saving black vo Troublemaker: A Memoir From the Front Lines of the Sixties

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