Famous trials: cases that made history

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Reader's Digest Association, 1995 - History - 192 pages
34 cases that have attracted public interest throughout history. Spanning more than 2000 years, includes exciting and influential trials as Socrates, Nelson Mandela, Salem witch trials, Alfred Dreyfus, Scopes Monkey Trial, Brown v. Board of Education, and more.

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Introduction
6
Special Courts
10
The High Priest Caiaphas v
11
Copyright

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About the Author:
Frank Mclynn has written widely on the Jacobite movement, and his previous books include France and the Jacobite Rising of 1745 (1981), The Jacobite Army in England, 1745 (1983), and The Jacobites (1985). He is also author of Crime and Punishment in Eighteenth-Century England (paperback Oxford,
1991).

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