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    Trials, court, and prosecutors, these are all words that are linked with one another in order to provide an interpretation of justice. Justice has been perceived as decent behavior or treatment, and those who do not obey by the rules are therefore prosecuted. In history, two trials have been documented as the most stunning and enriching cases regarding the topic of legitimacy. The Rosenberg trial and Brown v. Board of Education, are both extraordinary alluring court cases, in which major issues concerning

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    In What Ways and to What Extent Did the Hysteria of the Cold War lead to the Trial and Execution of the Rosenbergs? Fearing the unknown is a common aspect of human nature. Julius and Ethel Rosenberg were an average married couple living in New York City during the Cold War. They were members of the Communist Party when anti-Communist feelings in the United States were at their peak. Little did they know that as they continued with their daily lives, a series of investigations were being conducted

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    Julius and Ethel Rosenberg were an American couple that was charged with espionage. The US government convicted them of being spies for the Soviet Union. It wasn’t something of a little matter. What the Rosenbergs gave, it has the power to destroy families, towns, even major cities. They gave the Soviet Union the plans to the atomic bomb. On the fateful day of June 19, 1953, Julius and Ethel Rosenberg were strapped to the electric chair and executed at a prison called Sing Sing. Although Julius and

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    Alfred Rosenberg was born January 12, 1893 in Reval, Estonia. His parents were Baltic Germans. Rosenberg studied architecture at the Riga Polytechnical Institute in Moscow and received his diploma in 1917. In his younger years, he was interested in the works of German Idealists and Kant, Nietzsche and Houston Stewart Chamberlain. However the greatest influence in his life was Indian philosophy. He goes on to say that he liked that his school from when he was very young was an “oasis of peace” for

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    sentenced the Rosenbergs to death in the electric chair, it sparked controversy that has maintained the media’s attention even a half-century after its initial sentencing on April 5, 1951. Throughout the trial, Kaufman did not remain impartial in front of the jury. In his sentencing speech to the Rosenbergs, he made his opinion that the Rosenbergs committed a crime worse than death very clear, which creates the question: To what extent did Judge Irving R. Kaufman’s behavior during the Rosenberg/Sobell Trial

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