The Sweet Trials: A Bibliography


     Unofficial Transcript of the Henry Sweet Trial, Burton Historical Collection, Detroit Public Library
     (prepared by NAACP).


     Boyle, Kevin, The Arc of Justice: A Saga of Race, Civil Rights, and Murder in the Jazz Age (Henry Holt, 2004)
     (Winner of the National Book Award for Non-Fiction, 2004)

     Darrow, Clarence, The Story of My Life, "The Negro in the North" (1932).

     Darrow, Clarence, Verdicts Out of Court, "The Problem of the Negro" (1963).

     Haldeman-Julius, Marcet, Clarence Darrow's Two Greatest Trials: 
     Reports of the Scopes Anti-Evolution Case amd the Dr. Sweet Negro Trial (1927).

     Harris, Paul, Black Rage Confronts the Law (NYU Press 1997).

     Hays, Arthur Garfield, Let Freedom Ring, "Freedom of Residence" (1928).

     Levine, David Allan, Internal Combustion: The Races in Detroit 1915-1926 (Greenwood 1976).

     Stone, Clarence Darrow for the Defense, "Road to Glory" (Doubleday 1941).

     Tierney, Kevin, Darrow: A Biography, "The Sweet Trials" (Crowell 1979).

     Weinberg, Arthur, Editor, Attorney for the Damned, "You Can't Live There!" (1957).

     Weinberg, Kenneth G., A Man's Home, A Man's Castle (McCall 1971).


Zacharias, Patricia, "I Have to Die a Man or Live a Coward," The Detroit News


     Detroit Free Press, Detroit News and Detroit Times (selected issues 1925-26).

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