Traitors and Heroes
(Athenaeum, 1987; Random House softcover, 1988) Called “a forthright, impassioned, informative and chilling memoir” by the New York Times, this book describes Mr. Garbus’s legal work in the Soviet Union, Chile, and South Africa.
“A forthright, impassioned, informative and chilling memoir.” – The New York
“A superb book.” – The Los Angeles Times
“Traitors and Heroes provides searing examples of injustice done in the name of law, from South Africa to the Soviet Union. Martin Garbus experienced first hand the emotions _theFrustrations-of a lawyer in those appalling circumstances. He makes us share his feelings.” – Anthony Lewis
“A superb book.” – Los Angeles Times Book Review
“We need more advocates of free speech like Martin Garbus.” – William Safire