Tonight we bombed the U.S. Capitol : the explosive story of M19, America's first female terrorist group / William Rosenau
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First Atria Books hardcover edition.
xii, 306 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Includes bibliographical references (pages 255-294) and index.
May 19th members and associates -- Prologue: Washington, DC, April 26, 1983 -- Introduction -- Part one: A new sisterhood, 1978-1983. Keepers of the flame ; Crack the facade ; The white edge ; Handless terrorist escapes ; "Amerikkka is trying to lynch me" ; Death to the Klan ; Elizabeth fucked up ; What this country needs is a little more chaos -- Part two: The armed struggle, 1983-1984. Morning in America ; If not us, who? ; We are the revolutionary fighting group ; Tonight we bomb the U.S. Capitol -- Part three: Engame, 1984-1985. This will blow a hole in you ; Put out the fucking cigarette ; Realitätsverlust ; Nonconsenual entry ; Put your goddamn hands up where we can see them ; Aftermath.
Describes how six veteran women extremists joined together in the late 1970s to create M19, a terrorist organization that carried out acts of domestic terrorism, including prison breaks, armed robberies, and a bombing campaign on the nation's capital.
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