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Judge Medina: A Biography by  Hawthorne Daniel - 1st Edition - 1952 - from The Bookworm and

Judge Medina: A Biography

by Daniel, Hawthorne

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New York: Wilfred Funk, 1952. Hardbound . 1st Edition. BINDING/CONDITION: black boards with rust colored cloth at the spine; a Very Good book, with a Good+ dust jacket; the jacket is price clipped. The biography of the extraordinary man who presided over the nine month trial of the 11 Communists in 1949. The tricks and traps of the opposition during that trial forced him into a carefully regimented lifestyle, and it was only his incredible mastery of the law, his calm, and his careful physical conditioning that allowed him to prevail. 8vo (about 8 inches tall) 373 pages. Index.


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