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Phillips, John J.

How I was evicted from Federal prison

Mark Twain Column, Boston, MA. [1967], Two pages, mimeographed on 8.5x11 inch sheets stapled at upper left, browned but otherwise very good. Phillips' story, as related through Mark Twain Column, of his release from prison after serving time for draft refusal. He attempted to keep himself incarcerated longer by demanding the release of other prisoners of conscience, but ironically his activism resulted in an earlier release

Cat.No: 131945

Price: $20.00

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