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Men in White (1933), one of Kingsley's most successful plays, concerns the struggles of a doctor who must choose between his personal life and his commitment to medicine.

Dead End (1936), another of Kingsley's most celebrated plays, concerns the conditions of urban life in the slums.

Death of a Salesman (1949), by American playwright Arthur Miller, was first written and produced in the same year as Detective Story. Death of a Salesmen concerns the inner struggles of an aging salesman whose disillusionment with his own life leads to tragedy.

A Streetcar Named Desire (1947), by American playwright Tennessee Williams, explores the tensions among an aging southern belle by the name of Blanche DuBois, her younger sister Stella, and her sister's working-class husband, Stanley.

Fair Trial: Rights of the Accused in American History (1992), by David J. Bodenhamer, discusses criminal procedure and due process in the American legal system.

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