Crimes and Trials of the Century: From the Black Sox scandal to the Attica prison riots
Provides accounts of eighteen crimes and trials that achieved celebrity status, beginning with the Black Sox scandal of 1919 and continuing through the Attica prison riots of 1971, each with photographs, sidebars, and references; and includes an introductory essay that examines the social and historical contexts in which the cases occurred.
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