American Pravda: The Leo Frank Case and the Origins of the ADL

by Ron Unz SOME WEEKS AGO both the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal devoted considerable space to the coverage of “Parade,” the revival of a 1998 Broadway musical on the 1915 killing of Leo Frank, a Jewish factory manager in Atlanta, Georgia, arguably the most famous lynching in American history. Frank had been convicted and sentenced to death for the rape Continue Reading →