There is a Fountain: The Autobiography of Conrad Lynn
Now lawyer since Clarence Darrow has had such a colorful career and successfully defended so many controversial cases as Lynn, whose autobiography spans 60 years of legal and political struggle for equality and justice for the disenfranchised. "The Clarence Darrows, the Andrew Hamiltons, the Leonard Boudins, and, of course, the Conrad Lynns . . . have managed to keep alive freedom's most cherished ideals."--William M. Kunstler, from the foreword.
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