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The book "Lawyering" is an autobiography by Helene Schwartz Kenvin. The book includes Kenvin's background and the different cases which she was apart of. Kenvin did not want to be a lawyer but witnessing unfairness, within our nation of laws is what pushed her into the legal profession.
Bill Cunningham, Jesuit priest and lawyer, discusses some court cases he has participated in. He talks about the Berrigan Brothers who protested against the Vietnam War. Cunnginham also talks about the Rice-Poindexter case, where two Black Panther Party members were charged for murder. He also discussed the Freedom of Information Act and the COINTELPRO the FBI's Counter Intelligence Program. Studs reads poetry from David Rice and plays a song by Hank Ferguson.
Author Anne Strick discusses her book “Injustice for All” and the unjust nature of the United States legal system. Strick uses the Sacco and Vanzetti Trial (1921) and the Mitchell Stans trial to highlight the failures of this system. Studs plays “The Judge’s Song” - Martyn Green (1978).