RADICALS: Sacco Aftermath

"Massachusetts . . . has blotted out the fishmonger and the cob- bler . . . who in the minds of multitudes will take for the moment their places with the Carpenter."

Thus did the overwrought Nation* begin its obsequies over another long-lost cause. In Boston, less hysterical people than the Nation's editor went about the sorry business of disposing of the bodies of Messrs. Sacco & Vanzetti and the practical business of keeping martrydom alive with yet more litigation.

Funeral. The Defense Committee denied a report that...

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