The commander of the Fugitive
Apprehension Unit prepared the details to handle the project, dubbed Operation Clean Sweep.
It would mean that, for so long as a fugitive
remained 'on the run' from the criminal law, his property and other rights could be breached with impunity.
Late in life, he published his many diary entries relating to the two thousand or more fugitives
who, according to the title page of Reminiscences, gained their freedom through his instrumentality.
One presumes, then, that The Fugitive
Legacy was either a labor of love or something rather more trying (the drawn-out production of Katherine Anne Porter's Ship of Fools, discussed by Beck, springs to mind).
Weather Underground founder Bill Ayers, in his 2001 memoir Fugitive
Days, admits that the bomb would have done "some serious work beyond the blast, tearing through windows and walls and, yes, people too.
Northern defiance--and support--of the Fugitive
Slave Act of 1850 is well known.
One would expect the Fugitive
Slave Law to impact heavily on Buffalo, NY.
Louis flophouse with a cast of over thirty assorted character (and ethnic) types decrying social ills, Fugitive
Kind reads like a combination of gangster films, Clifford Odets-style agitprop drama, melodrama, and Elmer Rice-like expressionism.
As president-elect, Lincoln "pledged to enforce the Fugitive
Slave Act better than any other Southern White man," Bennett writes.
The Louisiana Department of Public Safety and Corrections recently launched a Web site that authorities hope will help them find the 47 men and two women fugitives
who have escaped from Louisiana prisons and halfway houses.
With `The Fugitive
,' I feel like I've been there, done that.
The chapter devoted to these novels, "The Fugitive
Migrant Novel's Critique of Ascent," is the most compelling in Rodgers's work.