by Rubin ‘Hurricane’ Carter
Editor: Chicago Review Press
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Rubin “Hurricane” Carter was straddling a wave of success.Survivor of a difficult youth, he became a superior opponent of the category of middle weight wreath boxing.But his career crashed to a halt on May 26,1967, when he and another man were convicted of murdering three white people and sentenced to three months of life.Written from prison and first published in 1974,”The Sixteenth Tower” chronicles of the Hurricane travel from ring to isolationThe book was his cry for help from the public, an attempt to set the record straight and the strength of a new trial.Bob Dylan wrote his famous hymn “Hurricane” of his struggle and Muhammad Ali and thousands ofothers took his cause.Carter’s power of voice, as well as his second-degree humor, makes him eloquent, the soul stirring up a remarkable life.”
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