Saturday, May 03, 2008

in spite of all temptations

An Englishman . . . has come through a long tradition of individual rights, and is not afraid to stand alone; in fact, he is never sure that he is right unless the great majority is against him.

--Clarence Darrow on racial profiling in jury selection
"Attorney for the Defense," ESQUIRE, May 1936, at 36, 37.

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