Rapley analyses witch hunts in the sixteenth and seventeenth
centuries and finds many of the same elements repeated in more
recent miscarriages of justice - from the Dreyfus case for treason
in late nineteenth-century France, to the persecution of the
Scottsboro Boys in Alabama for the gang rape of two white girls in
the 1930s, to the Guildford and Maguire terrorist prosecutions in
Britain in the 1970s. All three cases took place during times of
extreme fear and paranoia and in all cases the accused were
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