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The Breeding Of Contempt, details two horrific events in the Nation's history. The 1973 mass murder of seven people in Washington, D.C., and the 1977 siege on Washington that left a reporter dead, and nearly took the life of a popular city councilman. The book also introduces readers to a literary first, a Black family hiding in the Federal Witness Protection Program. The The Breeding Of Contempt, details two horrific events in the Nation's history. The 1973 mass murder of seven people in Washington, D.C., and the 1977 siege on Washington that left a reporter dead, and nearly took the life of a popular city councilman. The book also introduces readers to a literary first, a Black family hiding in the Federal Witness Protection Program. The Breeding of Contempt reintroduces the reading public to some of the Black leaders of the 1960's and 1970?s, and also introduces others who would become powerful a decade later. Finally, the book gives its readers a glimpse into a virtually unknown group, the Black mafia, who operated in Philadelphia in the 1970?s, terrorizing the citizenry of Philadelphia.


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The Breeding Of Contempt, details two horrific events in the Nation's history. The 1973 mass murder of seven people in Washington, D.C., and the 1977 siege on Washington that left a reporter dead, and nearly took the life of a popular city councilman. The book also introduces readers to a literary first, a Black family hiding in the Federal Witness Protection Program. The The Breeding Of Contempt, details two horrific events in the Nation's history. The 1973 mass murder of seven people in Washington, D.C., and the 1977 siege on Washington that left a reporter dead, and nearly took the life of a popular city councilman. The book also introduces readers to a literary first, a Black family hiding in the Federal Witness Protection Program. The Breeding of Contempt reintroduces the reading public to some of the Black leaders of the 1960's and 1970?s, and also introduces others who would become powerful a decade later. Finally, the book gives its readers a glimpse into a virtually unknown group, the Black mafia, who operated in Philadelphia in the 1970?s, terrorizing the citizenry of Philadelphia.

30 review for The Breeding Of Contempt: Account Of The Largest Mass Murder In Washington, D.C. History

  1. 4 out of 5

    Carrie

    I read this book because the mass murder took place a block from my childhood home a couple of years after my parents moved in, and it was something that I was aware of growing up and wanted to know more about. But man, this book is so terribly written. It's self-published, and I guess the guy doesn't know any editors. The book suffers from terrible grammar and spelling, no sourcing, and on and on. The subject matter is an interesting piece of Washington D.C. history, including the much-better-k I read this book because the mass murder took place a block from my childhood home a couple of years after my parents moved in, and it was something that I was aware of growing up and wanted to know more about. But man, this book is so terribly written. It's self-published, and I guess the guy doesn't know any editors. The book suffers from terrible grammar and spelling, no sourcing, and on and on. The subject matter is an interesting piece of Washington D.C. history, including the much-better-known retaliatory 1977 hostage crisis, but this is not a readable treatment of it.

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    Lydell

    It is a self-published book that will have research value to scholars interested in the Nation of Islam post-Malcom X (early and mid-70s).

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