Were Sacco and Vanzetti convicted and eventually executed because of popular beliefs about anarchy? The majority of the evidence on Sacco and Vanzetti points to the fact that they did not receive a fair trial, but why is that? Many people of the time feel that can be attributed to the fact that both of the men were Italian immigrants. While this may have aided the feeling of hated that was already preeminent at the
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Busch, Francis X. Prisoners at the Bar: An Account of the trials of, the William Haywood
Case, the Sacco-Vanzetti Case, the Loeb-Leopold case, the Bruno Hauptmann Case. William S. Hein & Co, 1998. Mr. Busch spent so much time reviewing all of these cases that his book was rather segregated. His ideas about all the men involved in the Sacco and Vanzetti case were put together with to little info used to back it up.
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