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McLean, George N. The Rise and Fall of Anarchy in America. From its Incipient Stage to the First Bomb Thrown in Chicago. A Comprehensive Account of the Great Conspiracy Culminating in the Haymarket Massacre, May 4th, 1886. A Minute Account of the Apprehension, Trial, Conviction and Execution of the Leading Conspirators . NewYork: Haskel House Publishers, 1972. [format: book], [genre: history]. Permission: Northern Illinois University
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Chapter X. Miscellaneous Matter. Arbeiter Zeitung. Mrs. Lucy Parsons. Her Arrest in Ohio. Her Arrest in Chicago. Herr Most Endorsing the Bomb-Throwing. The Panic He Could Create in a Big City in Thirty Minutes with 3000 Bombs in the Hands of 500 Revolutionists.
Chapter XI. Supersedeas Granted. United States Supreme Court's Decision Sustaining the Original Verdict. Parsons' Letter to Governor Oglesby. Lingg Defiant. They Refuse to Sign a Petition Asking for Executive Clemency. Their Impertinent Letter to Governor Oglesby.
Chapter XIII. Lingg Suicides. Dr. Bolton with the Prisoners. They Decline Spiritual Comfort. The Last Night of the Doomed Men. Parsons Sings in His Cell. Telegrams For Parsons. His Last Letter. The Condemned Men's Last Night. Spies and Dr. Bolton. Fischer and Parsons. Singing the Marsellaise. Telegrams to Parsons. Parsons Last Letter.
Chapter XIV. Discription of the Execution. Threatening Letters. Pittying Justice. Outraged Law Vindicated. Mercy to the Guilty is Cruelty to the Innocent. The Unchanged Everlasting Will Give to Each Man His Right. Abuse of Free Speech. The Mills of God Grind Slow But Exceeding Fine. Captain Black at the Anarchists' Funeral.
Chapter XVI. Biography of Herr Most. His Past Career and Early Training. His Imprisonment in the Bastile and Red Tower for Preaching His Gospel of Blood. Extracts from His Inflammatory Utterances. Whet Your Daggers. Let Every Prince Find a Brutus By His Throne.
Chapter XVII. Biographies of Spies and the Other Seven Condemned Men. Their Birthplace, Education and Private Life, Parsons' Letter to the "Daily News" After the Explosion, While A Fugitive from Justice.