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George washington university professor james miller talked about his book, [ remembering scottsboro: the legacy of an infamous trial. This book review is brought to you for free and open access by the journals at st john's law scholarship repository it has been accepted for inclusion. Alabama pardons scottsboro boys in 1931 rape case november 21, 2013 • the state's parole board approved thursday a posthumous pardon in the 1931. Clarence norris, the last survivor of the ''scottsboro boys'' rape case, which became a symbol of racial injustice in the deep south in the 1930's,.
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