RADICALS: Sacco & Fanzetti

Six years is a long life for an international episode. Six years ago Nicola Sacco, factory worker, and Bartolomeo Vanzetti, fish peddler, were convicted for a double murder in South Braintree, Mass. Today they are neither free nor executed. Radicals and liberals the world over have respectively tossed bombs at U. S. embassies and put up a huge defense fund to show that they thought Mr. Sacco and Mr. Vanzetti had been convicted unjustly. The defense says that in 1920 the U. S. was on a militant...

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