The sacredness of human life. Nobody seems to worry much about killing 4,000 by automobile every year-- nor do we try to save the lives of our trans-oceanic flyers by putting them in an asylum--- we don't even try to prevent loss of life among our dare devil stunt performers-- but what a hullabaloo we do kick up over the life of a self-confessed menace to society.

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The sacredness of human life. Nobody seems to worry much about killing 4,000 by automobile every year-- nor do we try to save the lives of our trans-oceanic flyers by putting them in an asylum--- we don't even try to prevent loss of life among our dare devil stunt performers-- but what a hullabaloo we do kick up over the life of a self-confessed menace to society.

Subject

Crime; law enforcement; justice; human nature

Automobiles; airplanes; courts.

Creator

Darling, Jay N. (Jay Norwood), 1876-1962

Date

1928/01/28

1928

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