The Most Revolutionary Act: Memoir of an American Refugee
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Dr. Bramhall's frightening encounter with U.S. intelligence begins quite innocently, as she assists two former Black Panthers to occupy and transform an abandoned school into an African American museum. What begins with unrelenting phone harassment and illegal break-ins progresses to attempts on her life and an affir with an undercover agent who railroads her into a psychiatric hospital. Soon after her release from the hospital, an African American postal worker and union activist seeks her help for similar harassment and intimidation. It ultimately results in his murder, which is never investigated or prosecuted, owing to interference by U.S. intelligence. Thus begins Dr. Bramhall's two-year crusade to identify and expose his killers.