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Ethel Rosenberg Executed


Archival pigment print Each print individually hand colored Edition of 6 Sally Stockhold © 2008 Ethel Rosenberg 1915 - 1953 Rosenberg was a victim of cold-blooded murder by the United States Government, provoked by the hysterics during the McCarthy communist witch-hunting years in the early 1950’s. Convicted of treason for passing atomic bomb secrets to the Soviets, history has since proven that whatever atomic bomb information her husband Julius Rosenberg had at best, superfluous; the case was riddled with prosecutorial and judicial misconduct. Ethel was convicted on flimsy evidence to place leverage on her husband to gain his confession. Neither confessed to wrong doing nor deserved the death penalty. Jean-Paul Sartre called the trial “...a legal lynching which smears with blood a whole nation.
35.50" h x 23.50" w
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