The Man in Court eBook

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The reason that these court cafes have not long remained in vogue, was that all actual litigants soon became so sophisticated as they realized the enormity of the position and how unreasonable their conduct seemed to the average man.  Public sentiment was naturally against such a waste of time and real performers became scarce.  Several of the courts were detected in hiring false litigants as actors so as to draw the crowds.  The performance not being genuine soon lost its interest.  The patrons left them and many courts became bankrupt.  So like their predecessors, those light-minded courts have practically ended.


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Justice to All

The Story of the Pennsylvania State Police

  Katharine Mayo

  Introduction by
  Theodore Roosevelt

  8th.  Illustrated. $2.50

Theodore Roosevelt says:  “It is a book so interesting and so valuable that it should be in every public library and every school library in the land.”  This State Constabulary in its romantic career has hunted down crime, made raids into “Black Hand” strongholds, protected lives and property from mob violence, and always risen to every emergency where nerve and swift action are required.

G.P.  Putnam’s Sons

  New York London

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