The Life and Death of the SLA(1976)
A non fiction book by Carolyn Craven, Timothy Findley and Les Payne
This book is well written, making it clear that the robbery of the Hibernia Bank was the work of masterminds who set up a statewide program called PIN -- People in Need, and had major corporations putting together food baskets and distributing them to people who needed the food. Ronald Reagan fanned the flames of revolution when he said on TV that he hoped that the people who accepted the People in Need program food "got botulism." The SLA was serious about confrontation, conflict and the revolution. This book is a spellbinder.
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