William Jennings Bryan
This person becomes Secretary of State in 1912, a post he later resigns over the U.S. entry into World War I.
During the trial, this attorney uses various strategies, including closing argument waiver.
John T. Scopes
This young person is single, with mild and cooperative manners that will not alienate parents, taxpayers, or others involved.
John T. Raulston
This person is the presiding judge at the Scopes trial.
John Randolph Neal
This person serves on the defense during the trial as the local counsel throughout the case.
Herbert E. Hicks and Sue K. Hicks
These attorney brothers in Dayton serve as a part of the prosecution.
George W. Rappleyea
This individual makes the first call to the ACLU about Dayton's willingness to help challenge the Tennessee statute.
Fred E. Robinson
This person owns the shop where the initial meetings about a possible test...
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