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An open letter to Judge Joseph E. Gary, who, in 1893 seeks to justify his participation (in 1887) in the lynching under the hyprocritical [!] guise of the law, of men [August Spies et al.] who entertained and expressed unpopular opinions. Why the undertone?

Title:An open letter to Judge Joseph E. Gary, who, in 1893 seeks to justify his participation (in 1887) in the lynching under the hyprocritical [!] guise of the law, of men [August Spies et al.] who entertained and expressed unpopular opinions. Why the undertone?
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Note:Chicago, 1893
  
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Subject:Haymarket Square Riot, Chicago, Ill., 1886
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