Excerpt from Ettor and Giovannitti: Before the Jury at Salem, Massachusetts, November 23, 1912
The District Attorney appealed to every prejudice that a New England juryman might have, patriotism, religion and home. He stated that the defendants would even rob the workers of their little homes. It was only after a bitter speech by the Dis trict Attorney teeming with falsehoods and appeals to prejudice, that the defendants.
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