Was Justice Done In The Rosenberg Trial?

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Was Justice Done In The Rosenberg Trial?
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Was Justice Done In The Rosenberg Trial? / moderated by Elizabeth Holtzman. - Debate co-sponsored by two publications, The Nation and The New Republic, and moderated by New York Assistant District Attorney Elizabeth Holtzman. The debate involves reviewing the history of the Rosenberg conspiracy case, which resulted in the execution of Ethel and Julius Rosenberg on 19 June 1953. They discuss the validity of the case, counter-evidence, and use of evidence within the trial, and the reality of a "spy ring" giving United States atomic secrets to the Soviets. PANEL: Miriam and Walter Schneer, for The Nation| Joyce Milton and Ronald Radosh, for The New Republic. - RECORDED: 1985. BROADCAST: KPFK, 1985.

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