Revolution's End: The Patty Hearst Kidnapping, Mind Control, by Brad Schreiber

By Brad Schreiber

“Revolution’s End serves as a gently documented, shockingly major lacking hyperlink of yankee history.”
—Paul Krassner, AlterNet

“Revolution’s End is a beautiful and chilling reveal of 1 of the main weird and wonderful political chapters in my lifetime—the upward thrust of the Symbionese Liberation military and the abduction of bad-girl heiress Patty Hearst. Brad Schreiber offers a compelling new case that the SLA was once a construction of the police country to infiltrate, subvert, and smash the growing to be radical routine of the period.”
—David Talbot, founding father of Salon.com and bestselling writer of Season of the Witch and The Devil's Chessboard

“Revolution’s End is a gripping read—a persuasive, well-researched and distinct interpretation of what's recognized in regards to the SLA kidnapping of Patty Hearst.”
—Peter Dale Scott, writer of The American Deep country: Wall road, tremendous Oil, and the assault on U.S. Democracy

“This e-book careens to its bloody finishing with all the inevitability of a educate spoil. Schreiber will not allow us to take our eyes off it. He ignites the prior in chilling element and whilst shines an uncanny and unsettling gentle on who we're today.”
—T. Jefferson Parker, three-time winner of the secret Writers of America’s Edgar Award

“‘The Symbionese Liberation military’ used to be a counter-revolutionary entrance, rigorously created...to infiltrate and discredit the authentic leftist pursuits then alive and good in California. Such is the sorrowful, interesting fact Brad Schreiber tells in Revolution’s End—a cautious publication, and one as valuable because it is anxious, not only for all it teaches us approximately what rather occurred with the SLA in California, over 40 years in the past, yet also—and especially—for what it teaches us approximately the US at the present time, and the entire international, post-9/11.”
—Mark Crispin Miller, professor of media experiences, big apple collage and writer of Loser Take All: Election Fraud and the Subversion of Democracy, 2000–2008

“Really incredible... It’s a desirable booklet you’ve written. i feel it’s very important that we research those moments in contemporary heritage in order that we will have a greater view on what’s occurring in today’s world.”
—Tyrel Ventura, Watching the Hawks, RT the USA Television

“The booklet comes throughout as a solidly researched, well-documented history.... It does make a fascinating addition to the literature at the Hearst kidnapping, radical teams within the Seventies and the hidden corners of yank history.”
—David Pitt, Booklist

“Even extra attention-grabbing than the publicly identified tale of the SLA, Schreiber’s textual content takes an extendedand critical examine a potential deep narrative in regards to the genesis of the SLA...Even extra so, although, is the distinctive and convincing exam he presents the reader of ways police companies can and do paintings to damage the political enemies of the company state.”
—Ron Jacobs, Counterpunch

“Revolution’s End is a cautious exam of the relationships between quite a few govt intelligence, police and felony firms that colluded to create an artificial terror team referred to as the Symbionese Liberation military (SLA)… Schreiber’s publicity of presidency involvement within the production of the SLA is little short of explosive… a impressive book.”
—Kara Dellacoppa, Dissident Voice

“With poise . . . Schreiber connects actions within the LAPD, FBI, and CIA to prisoner courses in the California division of Corrections, resulting in then-Governor Ronald Reagan’s cupboard . . . this can be fruitful territory.”
—M.W. Lipschultz, Los Angeles assessment of Books

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