The Case of Sacco and Vanzetti: A Critical Analysis for Lawyers and Laymen
Frankfurter's aim in this work is to give a brief, yet accurate, account of the facts surrounding the case from the earliest stages to its present state as of the date of publication in 1927. His account is based on the court proceedings, along with references to extrinsic facts as were necessary for understanding what transpired in court. Appendix A includes a tabular study by Counsel of Sacco and Vanzetti which compares important hypotheses between Morelli-Madeiros and Sacco-Vanzetti. Appendix B includes an editorial that was published in the Boston Herald on Oct. 26, 1926.
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Long before Felix Frankfurter became a Justice of the US Supreme Court (1939-1962), he was active in a variety of Liberal causes (although later as a Justice he was an outspoken advocate of judicial ... Read full review