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The S.L.A. or Symbionese Liberation Army was one of America's most feared 1970s terror groups, grabbing the nation's attention with two high-profile crimes: the murder of black school superindendent Marcus Foster, followed by the kidnapping of newspaper heiress Patricia Hearst. The ensuing months, during which Hearst apparently adopted the revolutionary name Tania and joined forces with her captors, form one of the most controversial and high-profile episodes in 20th century US history. "Death To The Fascist Insect" provides an in-depth analysis and history of the S.L.A. and the Hearst case, plus many of the S.L.A.'s radical manifestos and screeds of guerilla warfare against capitalist society.