Table of contents for Forced passages : imprisoned radical intellectuals and the U.S. prison regime / Dylan Rodriguez.

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Contents
Introduction: American Apocalypse
1. Domestic War Zones and the Extremities of Power: Conceptualizing the U.S. Prison 	Regime
2. "You Be All the Prison Writer You Wish": The Context of Radical Prison Praxis
3. Radical Lineages: George Jackson, Angela Davis, and the Fascism Problematic
4. Articulating War(s): Punitive Incarceration and State Terror amid "No Middle 	Ground"
5. "My Role Is to Dig or Be Dug Out": Prison Standoffs and the Logic of Death
6. Forced Passages: The Routes and Precedents of (Prison) Slavery
Acknowledgments
Notes
Prisoner Activism and Support Resources
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Prisoners -- United States.
Radicals -- United States.
Prisoners' writings, American.