Gilmore's Future

Rosenblatt, Roger
January 1977
New Republic;1/1/77, Vol. 176 Issue 1/2, p32
Discusses the upheaval caused in public emotions from the criminal act of convicted murder Gary Gilmore in a case in the U.S. Verdict of the court regarding his crime; Provision of excessive media coverage given to Gilmore; Information on the crime he committed; View of the author on the existence of people like Gilmore in society; Report that in his individual decision against his own future, he seems to deny the future in the abstract, to offer a philosophy.


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