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sandra.a

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Which of the following explains the decision in the Sacco and Vanzetti Trial? The American public's aggressive pushes for a guilty verdict poisoned the jury. The judge was able to hand down a just verdict despite Red Scare hysteria. The anti-immigrant sentiments of the time swayed the judge and led to a guilty verdict. The two men were rightly convicted for their acts of wrongdoing. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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  1. erdog82
    • 3 years ago
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    this may help..

  2. sandra.a
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    thanks:)

  3. erdog82
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    please press best response if you think I helped ☺

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