Another in our series of new transcriptions of contemporary articles on the Leo Frank case.
August 12th, 1913
By L. F. WOODRUFF.
There is as much sentiment in the world to-day as there was in 1861 or 1776 or 1492 or 1066 or any other date that may come to your recollection.
It’s not fashionable to say so, but it’s true. People to-day are too prone to accuse themselves and their neighbors of being worshippers Mammom and declaring that the money-grubbing instinct has crushed out sentiment, patriotism and honesty.
But right now in Atlanta, there is a striking example of the goodness that is man’s to-day, just as much as it has ever been.Continue Reading →