Ludo and the power of the book

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Ludo and the Power of the Book by Richard Ingrams | Hachette UK

Ludovic Kennedy did not believe that newspaper articles or TV programmes were enough to rouse the public or politicians to put right grievous wrongs. He was a great believer in the power of books to overturn miscarriages of justices. Each revealed grotesque mistakes and deliberate dishonesty aimed at suppressing the truth. As a result of these lies and cover-ups, innocent men were executed or spent many years in prison. Get The International Pack for free for your first 30 days for unlimited Smartphone and Tablet access. Already a member? Log in.
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Ludo and the Power of the Book

T o those of us who take an interest in miscarriages of justice Ludovic Kennedy is something of a patron saint. His account of the terrible events at 10 Rillington Place, the house of horrors in s Notting Hill, which led to the trial and execution of an innocent man, is a classic. In later years Kennedy took up the cudgels on behalf of many other miscarriage of justice victims. Richard Ingrams has recounted just four of the many causes that Kennedy, espoused, using them to illustrate his argument that the pen is mightier than any other medium and to pay tribute to one of the great campaigning writers of his day. Kennedy was one of the first television journalists. In the mids he was a pioneer of a non-deferential style of interviewing politicians and other holders of public office.

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This is not a traditional biography, setting out in detail the events of his life, but instead a testimony to his contribution to his groundbreaking campaigns for justice. Today we may assume that there have always been journalists to take up the causes of miscarriages of justice, but before Ludovic Kennedy that was not the case.

An in-depth and fascinating biography of Ludovic Kennedy, British journalist and humanist, best known for his tireless pursuit of social justice. Bookmarks has been publishing books for over 40 years. Every year we publish a selection of books and pamphlets that address the key issues facing activists and trade unionists. Many of our older publications are available from our secondhand section. Availability : In Stock. Published Date : 01 Jan

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  1. Sir Ludovic Ludo Kennedy was one of the best known and most popular television journalists of his generation, a masterly interviewer and maker of documentaries.

  2. To those of us who take an interest in miscarriages of justice Ludovic Kennedy is something of a patron saint. The second, by a judge in , followed Kennedy’s book and a campaign led by, among others, Observer editor David Astor. It concluded that, although Evans might not have.

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