Striking Distance: Bruce Lee and the Dawn of Martial Arts in America

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Prologue - The Dissident 1
  • Part 1 - San Francisco 11
  • 1 - The Patriarch 13
  • 2 - Native Son 28
  • 3 - The Good Long Fist 37
  • 4 - The Little Dragon 47
  • 5 - The Soft Arts 59
  • 6 - Three Moves or Less 65
  • Part 2 - Oakland 71
  • 7 - The Innovator 73
  • 8 - The Hawaiian Connection (Part One) 84
  • 9 - The Hawaiian Connection (Part Two) 93
  • 10 - Way of the Integrated Fist 97
  • Part 3 - 1964 105
  • 11 - Year of the Green Dragon 107
  • 12 - Long Beach 115
  • 13 - Incident at the Sun Sing Theater 123
  • 14 - Exchanging Hands 137
  • 15 - Aftermath 142
  • Epilogue - Screen Test 151
  • Acknowledgments 155
  • Author’s Note 159
  • Notes 161
  • Bibliography 213
  • Index 223
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