Before he gained notoriety as the lawyer who defended teenage murderers Leopold and Loeb, lawyer Clarence Darrow was an important figure in the labor movement and progressive causes. In his talk Industrial Conspiracies, Darrow provides a wide-ranging look at his own political philosophy, including his somewhat radical insistence that the U.S. Constitution -- and by extension, the country's system of democracy -- should be abolished and rebuilt from scratch.
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