Dorothy Rabinowitz's "No Crueler Tyrannies: Accusation, False Witness, And Other Terrors Of Our Times"
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3 pages in length. Rabinowitz's argument in No Crueler Tyrannies : Accusation, False Witness, and Other Terrors of Our Times speaks to the unjust element in the justice system, where innocent people can be arrested, put on trial and convicted of crimes not only did they not commit but based upon wholly inadequate and unsubstantiated evidence. One readily compares the author's enlightening – if not utterly unsettling – accounts with that of the Salem witch trials where personal agenda was the sole motivation that fueled one of history's most horrendous miscarriages of justice. No additional sources cited.
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