The Savage City: Race, Murder, and a Generation on the Edge - Chapter Seventeen: NEWKILL - Epilogue Summary & Analysis

T. J. English
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Chapter Seventeen: NEWKILL - Epilogue Summary and Analysis

Chapter Seventeen - Newkill

While underground, Dhoruba Bin Wahad had been living by the doctrine of Carlos Marighella and his urban guerrilla manual. According to Marighella, those living underground had to steal to survive. Dhoruba and his crew chose the Triple-O social club as their target for a variety of reasons: it was an illegal after-hours club so they were not likely to call the police, their location was desolate, and Dhoruba knew he and his crew could intimidate their security by arriving with a small arsenal of weapons. Dhoruba was right on all counts - what he had not planned on was a cab driver passing by and seeing he and his men entering the club armed to the teeth. Before they could escape, Dhoruba and crew were surrounded. The police did...

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