New. 5 1/2 x 8. A new book with minimal shelfwear. The case of Ossian Sweet, a hightly respected black doctor who found himself the victim of a community attack in Detroit, 1925. Clarence Darrow was asked to come to his defense by the NAACP, resulting in a dramatic civil rights case. Illustrated.
New in New jacket. 6 1/2 x 9 1/2. First Edition. First printing. At a time when tensions broke out between blacks and whites in Detroit 1925, landing Ossian Sweet and his family in jail, the NAACP hires Clarence Darrow to defend him. Illustrated with period photographs.
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