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Leo Frank Trial: 1913

Suggestions For Further Reading

Dinnerstein, Leonard. The Leo Frank Case. Athens, Ga.: University of Georgia Press, 1987.

Liebman, James S. "Lesson Unlearned." The Nation (August 1991): 217.

Lindemann, Albert S. The Jew Accused: Three Anti-Semitic Affairs (Drevfus, Beilis, Frank), 1894-1915. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1991.

MacLean, Nancy. "The Leo Frank Case Reconsidered: Gender and Sexual Politics in the Making of Reactionary Populism." The Journal of American History (December 1991): 917-948.

Oney, Steve. "The Lynching of Leo Frank: Two Years Ago, and Seventy Years Too Late, a Witness Came Forward to Prove That Frank's Only Crime was Being a Stranger in the Old South." Esquire (September 1985): 90-98.

Phagan, Mary. The Murder of Little Mazy Phagan. Far Hills, N.J.: New Horizon Press, 1987.

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Law Library - American Law and Legal InformationNotable Trials and Court Cases - 1883 to 1917Leo Frank Trial: 1913 - Little Mary Phagan Murdered, Prosecutors Emphasize Frank's Nervousness, Prosecution Clinches Their Case, Frank Convicted, Commuted, And Lynched