A letter from Donald Green condemning the Governor and the culture and history of the South, while arguing that the facts in the Scottsboro case do not indicate any guilt on behalf of the Scottsboro Boys.
At the time this letter was written, Oates was serving as the state prison inspector. In it Adams reports on conditions in the Chambers County jail. He notes that the eleven prisoners (one white man and eleven African American men) are healthy, but...
In the letter Philips gives his opinions about the cause and course of the Civil War. He feels that the North and South have so many common interests that peace can be maintained through an alliance or treaty between the two sections: "...while a...
In the letter the firm responds to a recent letter from Parks, in which he protested an advertisement that appeared in The New York Times to solicit funds for Martin Luther King, Jr.'s legal defense. The firm argues that the newspaper is not...
In the letter John tells of his regiment's arrival in Germany, describing the land, climate, and people. He discusses the prevalent German attitude toward the American victors in the small towns they have visited: "As a conquering army, I think we...
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