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).
The House of Cards actor said he "loved bringing Clarence Darrow to life for a British audience".
Join Granite Pathways for an evening with one of America's most famous lawyers and advocates of civil rights, Clarence Darrow.
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.
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.
Between films he often turned serious, touring with his one-man show on the life of the great defense lawyer, Clarence Darrow.
Convert [the trial] into a headlong assault on Bryan," Mencken told defense attorney Clarence Darrow.
A legal assistant may not be Clarence Darrow or John Grisham--maybe not even Della Street--but we lie awake at night and worry just as much as the attorneys we work with, because it is a partnership.
Spacey plays legendary attorney/civil libertarian Clarence Darrow in this made-for-TV biopic.
Names such as Carter Glass, Jim Farley, Franklin Roosevelt, OK Allen, Upton Sinclair, Williams Jennings Bryan, Clarence Darrow, Earl Long, Richard Leche, Gene Tallmadge and others are found through out the book.
While Clarence Darrow said the only thing in life that ever
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.
The violence resulted in a sensational murder trial, with Scopes monkey trial attorney Clarence Darrow defending Sweet and his family and the NAACP footing the bill.
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