The ultimate betrayal: an autobiography. Third edition
by Haro, Juan
Denver: Self published by the Author, 1998. Paperback. ix, 150p., pictorial wraps slightly edge worn, small minor stain on fore edge over all very good condition, 7x9.75 inches, preface, introduction, interviews, illustrated with photos and facsimile documents, letters and newspaper columns. Third edition. The author, a Denver native, was a major player in the Crusade for Justice and was convicted on four counts of possessing unregistered firearms. His book claims the leader of the movement, Rodolfo "Corky" Gonzales was corrupt. The first edition was published by Dorrance. That publisher ceased publication as the family of Corky Gonzales threatened a lawsuit. (Inventory #: 204557)
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