Fatal Error: The Miscarriage of Justice That Sealed the Rosenberg's Fate
Sharlitt addresses the Rosenbergs' case in terms of the human, judicial, and legal errors that sealed their fate. His is an original contribution to our understanding of the most notorious capital case of our time.
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Framing History: The Rosenberg Story and the Cold War
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