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Darrow, Clarence S.
Darrow, Clarence Seward
Clarence Darrow Collection (Library of Congress)
Jones, Mary Harris (1837-1930))
Leopold, Nathan Freudenthal (1904-1971)
Loeb, Richard A. (1905-1936)
Parton, Mary Field
Smith, Thomas Vernor (1890-1964)
Starr, Frederick (1858-1933)
Weinberg, Arthur (1915-1989))
Weinberg, Arthur Myron (1915-)
Weinberg, Lila Shaffer
Absurdities of the Bible
amazing crime and trial of Leopold and Loeb, The
Argument of Clarence Darrow in the case of the Communist Labor Party in the Criminal Court, Chicago
Argument of Clarence S. Darrow in the case of the state of Wisconsin vs. Thos. I. Kidd, Geo. Zentner and Michael Troiber for conspiracy arising out of the strike of woodworkers at Oshkosh, Wis
Attorney for the damned : Clarence Darrow in the courtroom
autobiography of Mother Jones, The
Can the individual control his conduct? : is man a free agent or is he the slave of his biological equipment?
Clarence Darrow's plea in defense of Loeb and Leopold August 22, 23 and 25, 1924
Clarence Darrow : the creation of an American myth
Closing arguments Clarence Darrow on religion, law, and society
Crime and Criminals an Address Delivered to the Prisoners in the Chicago County Jail
Crime its cause and treatment
Crimen y criminales
Debate, resolved: That capital punishment is a wise public policy.
Do human beings have free will? : a debate
Does man live again? : A debate on immortality between Michael A. Musmanno and Clarence Darrow, held at Carnegie Music Hall, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, December 12, 1932.
Environment vs. heredity
essential words and writings of Clarence Darrow, The
Eye for an eye
Facing life fearlessly : the pessimistic versus the optimistic view of life
famous examination of Bryan at the Scopes evolution trial, The
Fraud in medico-legal practice
In the clutches of the law Clarence Darrow's letters
Infidels and heretics: an agnostic's anthology
Insects and men, instinct and reason
Is man a machine? : debate
Is religion neccessary? : (debate) yes, Rev. Robert MacGowan, no, Clarence Darrow.
Is the human race getting anywhere? : Professor Frederick Starr, yes, Mr. Clarence S. Darrow, no : chairman, Mr. Arthur M. Lewis, under the auspices of the Workers' University Society, Sunday afternoon, February 8, 1920, 3 o'clock, Garrick Theatre, Chicago, Illinois.
Is the United States immigration law beneficial
Marx versus Tolstoy; a debate
Massie trial., The
myth of the soul, The
Ordeal of prohibition
Persian pearl and other essays
Pessimism a lecture
Plea of Clarence Darrow, in his own defense to the jury that exonerated him of the charge of bribery at Los Angeles, August, 1912
preface to the universe, A
prohibition mania; a reply to Professor Irving Fisher and others, The
Realism in literature and art
Remarks of Clarence Darrow at memorial services to George Burman Foster and at the funeral of John P. Atgeld.
Resist not evil
Should the eighteenth amendment be repealed?
Skeleton in the closet
Statement of facts, assignment of errors, brief and argument : in behalf of John Thomas Scopes, plaintiff in error, in the Supreme Court of Tennessee at Nashville by transfer from Knoxville
Story of my life
trial of Benedict Arnold, with Hon. James M. Beck, Mr. Clarence Darrow, The : a radio presentation of National Dairy Products Corporation.
Verdicts out of court
Why I am an agnostic : including expressions of faith from a Protestant, a Catholic, and a Jew