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Agony in New Haven: The Trial of Bobby Seale, Ericka Huggins, & the Black Panther Party Paperback – April 1, 2008

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Donald Freed is a writer of blazing imagination, courage, and insight. His work is a unique and fearless marriage of politics and art. --Harold Pinter

Donald Freed is the most political and pertinent of all American playwrights --Studs Terkel

This timely new edition of the Bobby Seale-Ericka Huggins trial recalls tensions from four decades ago that left fresh scars on our racial history. Donald Freed tells the story not only vividly but with the proper moral outrage. --A.J. Langguth

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Donald Freed has been awarded the 2006 P.E.N Drama Prize for his Devil's Advocate. Donald Freed's plays, prizes, books, and films include Inquest (directed for Broadway be Alan Schneider); Secret Honor (produced and directed by Robert Altman for stage and screen--winner of the Berlin Critics' Price); Circe & Bravo (Directed by Harold Pinter, with Faye Dunaway); Veteran's Day (with Jack Lemmon with Michael Gambon); The White Crow: Eichmann in Jerusalem. Books include: Agony in New Haven; Executive Action (novel and film with Dalton Trumbo and Mark Lane); The Glasshouse Tapes; The Spymaster (Book of the Month selection); In Search of Common Ground (with Erik Erikson, Kai Erikson, Huey P. Newton); The Existentialism of Albterto Moravia (with Joan Ross); Death in Washington: The Murder of Orlando Letelier. New books, plays, and films include: Is he Still Dead? (with Julie Harris as Nora Joyce); Love and Shadows (from the novel by Isabel Allende); Sokrates Must Die (with Edward Asner); a new novel, Every Third House; and three new plays: The Eistein Plan; Hamlet (in rehearsal); and Patient No. 1. Donald Freed has been Playwright in Residence at the University of Leeds, and York Theatre Royal, in the U.K., 2006-2008. He was a member of the MPW Program at the University of Southern California from 1985 to 2007.

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