Clarence Darrow: The Creation of an American Myth

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Chronology of Speeches

PEECHES TO THE PUBLIC
"The Workingman and the Tariff," Chicago Herald, 21 February 1889.
"Woman Suffrage," in Sunset Club Yearbook, 1891- 92 ( Chicago: Sunset Club, 1893).
"Shall the World's Fair Be Open on Sunday?" in Sunset Club Yearbook, 1891-92.
"The Eight Hour Day," in Sunset Club Yearbook, 1891-92.
"Free Trade or Protection?" Current Topics (April 1894).
"Moral Courage Rarer Than Physical Bravery," Open Court 8 ( 17 May 1894).
"The Tyranny of Public Opinion," in Sunset Club Yearbook, 1893-94 ( Chicago: Sunset Club, 1895).
Rights and Wrongs of Ireland: An Address Delivered at Central Music Hall, Chicago, Nov. 23, 1895, on the Anniversary of the Execution of Allen, Larkin, and O'Brien ( Chicago: C. H. Kerr, 1895).
"Strikes and Injunctions," in Sunset Club Yearbook, 1894-95 ( Chicago: Sunset Club, 1896).
"Annexation of Hawaii" in Sunset Club Yearbook, 1898-99 ( chicago: Sunset Club, 1900).
"The Problem of the Negro" International socialist Review 2 ( 1 Nov. 1901).
"The Suppression of Vice and crime in Chicago" in Sunset Club Yearbook. 1899-1901 ( chicago: Sunset Club, 1902).
Crime and Criminals; An Address Delivered to the Prisoners in the Chicago County Jail ( chicago: C. H. Kerr, 1902).
In Memory of John P. Altgeld; Address at the Funeral ( chicago: C. H. Kerr, 1902). Also reprinted in Darrow's autobiography, The Story of My Life ( New York: Grosset & Dunlop, 1932).

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Clarence Darrow: The Creation of an American Myth
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Copyright Acknowledgments v
  • Contents vii
  • Series Foreword ix
  • Foreword xiii
  • I- Clarence Darrow 1
  • Introduction 8
  • 1- The Making of a Nonconformist 11
  • 2- Schoolmaster of the Courtroom 29
  • 3- The Old Lion 61
  • Educating the Masses- Darrow in Tennessee 85
  • 5- Speaking for the Poor and Weak 113
  • 6- Verdicts out of Court 141
  • II- Collected Speeches 153B
  • Speech in Self-Defense Los Angeles, 1912 155
  • Speech in Defense of Leopold and Loeb Chicago, 1924 167
  • Speech at Scopes Trial - Dayton, Tennessee, 1925 199
  • Speech at Sweet Trial - Detroit, 1926 219
  • Speech at Massie Trial Honolulu 1932 253
  • Eulogy of John P. Altgeld Chicago, 1902 267
  • Address to Prisoners in Cook County Jail Chicago, 1902 271
  • Chronology of Speeches 285
  • Bibliography 297
  • Index 325
  • About the Author 329
  • Great American Orators 331
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