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Longmans, Green & Co, publishers, London - first UK edition, 1956. hardcover, 5¾" x 8¾", with dust jacket. Corners cut from title page (previous owner's stamp). VERY GOOD book in VERY GOOD price-clipped dust jacket. The Caryl Chessman portrayed in this book is a very different person portrayed in his earler work ('Cell 2455, Death Row'). His years in the death cell, aided by his remarkable range of reading in that time, have changed his attitude to society from hatred to a recognition of its needs. He does not plead for personal mercy; rather he shows that is possible for a man to find some of the answers to his greatest problems even under the ever-present stress and threat of execution. A brilliant analysis of American criminal law from the author's first-hand experiences of his legal battle against death.