Clarence Darrow

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United States lawyer famous for his defense of lost causes (1857-1938)

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7) See Irving Stone, Clarence Darrow for the Defense; A BIOGRAPHY (1941).
Clarence Darrow came into the case, probably, Strang argues, at the urging of Emma Goldman to present the defendants' appeal.
The audience applauded as he delivered the rebuke while staying in character as American civil rights lawyer Clarence Darrow.
The story chronicled the notorious evolution case, with Clarence Darrow (Spencer Tracy) defending a teacher's right to bring Charles Darwin's Theory of Evolution into the classroom.
A Passion for Justice: An Encounter with Clarence Darrow Thursday April 26
His "Keeping History Alive" series brings historical figures such as Mark Twain, Andrew Carnegie, Clarence Darrow, John Barrymore, Ernest Hemingway and William Shakespeare back to life.
The play is set in 1932 and concerns the famous American lawyer Clarence Darrow.
The supporting cast of characters the reader will meet along the way includes popular figures in American history such as Buffalo Bill, George Washington Gale Ferris, Samuel Gompers, Melvil Dewey, Thomas Edison, and Clarence Darrow, among others.
Describing their subjects' lives, careers, writings, and ideas, the profiles are arranged chronologically, from Thomas Henry Huxley, Friedrich Nietzsche, and Clarence Darrow, through Madalyn Murray O'Hair, Gore Vidal, Richard Dawkins, and Christopher Hutchins.
Famed trial attorney Clarence Darrow led the defense team.
A It was the magnificent Inherit The Wind (1960) which was based on a true 1925 trial when a teacher named John E Scopes was accused of violating the state laws of Tennessee in which he was defended by the legendary Clarence Darrow.
Convert [the trial] into a headlong assault on Bryan," Mencken told defense attorney Clarence Darrow.
In her acceptance speech, Scanlon referenced the past by quoting what Clarence Darrow said of women: "You can never be corporation lawyers because you are not cold blooded.
Is "history repeats itself," a phrase attributed to eminent American lawyer Clarence Darrow, a more apt way to describe infection control?
Shankly will be portrayed as a man of the people, a cross between Che Guevara and Clarence Darrow.
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