Camilla Christine Hall (March 24, 1945 - May 17, 1974) was an artist, college trained social worker, and an early member of the Symbionese Liberation Army.
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... Hall died in a shootout (May 17, 1974) with police in which five other SLA members were killed ... As their hideout burned, Hall and fellow SLA member Nancy Ling Perry exited out of the back door ... Perry came out firing a revolver while Hall fired an automatic pistol ...
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“Having children can smooth the relationship, too. Mother and daughter are now equals. That is hard to imagine, even harder to accept, for among other things, it means realizing that your own mother felt this way, toounsure of herself, weak in the knees, terrified about what in the world to do with you. It means accepting that she was tired, inept, sometimes stupid; that she, too, sat in the dark at 2:00 A.M. with a child shrieking across the hall and no clue to the childs trouble.”
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