november 1911

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  • Criticizing the Courts

    “The position in which the American courts are placed to-day is a peculiarly delicate one. On the one side are those to whom modern American legislation is the new barbarism threatening the states and nation … On the other side are those who contend that legislation of the new type is necessary and unavoidable.”

  • The Fruits of Death

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