Saturday, September 29, 2018
From These Truths: A History of the United States, by Jill Lepore
"'Gentlemen, the world is dark,' Clarence Darrow once told a jury, leaning over the jury box with his broad-shouldered bulk. 'But it is not hopeless.' There remained the question: Where did hope lie?"
From Chapter Ten, Efficiency and the Masses
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Labels: American history, Clarence Darrow, Daily Dose, historians, hope, Jill Lepore, New Books, Quotations, women writers
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