American Justice: Seven Famous Trials of the 20th Century
The most-watched American trials of the 20th century were centered around these issues. They became famous because people found them so interesting. The issues addressed their deepest beliefs. And they touched on their deepest fears. Each of these cases left its mark on the 20th century. Book jacket.
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The Lindbergh Baby Kidnapping
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