Patty Hearst: Her Own Story

Patty Hearst: Her Own Story

I would recommend this book to anyone who is a fan of the 70's and who is fascinated by the Patty Hearst case. Patty Hearst was the granddaugher of publishing tycoon, Wililam Randolph Hearst. She become famous in 1974 when she was kidnapped and soon afterwards, she joined her kidnappers in robbing a bank. This book is an account of what t transpired during her time as a SLA member.

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