Clarence Darrow in the Leopold Loeb Trial. Chicago 1924

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....all life is worth saving, and mercy is the highest attribute of men. Yes I'm pleading for the future. In this court of law, I'm pleading for love.
Chicago, 1924, Clarence Darrow in the Leopold Loeb trial delivers one of the most passionate and eloquent attacks on the death penalty ever made in a United States courtroom.

10 A7 blank note cards, bled to the edge on white glossy card stock. Descriptive text on back. Packaged with eggshell envelopes in crystal clear top box with silver elastic loop.

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