Twelve Angry Men

We leap back with Twelve Angry Men – Reginald Rose’s jury-room classic – to a Fifties world where to be black was, ipso facto, to be guilty. The one injustice does not excuse the other, but it offers some historical explanation for it. Moreover, 1995 saw the largest number of executions in the US since 1957 and changes in the law there suggest that the rate of increase will be stepped up. Twelve Angry Men is an eloquent demonstration of the dangers of sentencing any man to death.

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Juror 1
Juror 10
Juror 11
Juror 12
Juror 2
Juror 3
Juror 4
Juror 5
Juror 6
Juror 7
Juror 8
Juror 9


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