Marc Dion: My Grandmother Knew Lizzie Borden (Creators Syndicate)
In the 1890s, the “free market” in Fall River, Mass., made 1,000 people out of 100,000 rich, so rich they couldn’t be convicted of murder even if they killed their parents. Nearly everyone else was poor, their children’s legs twisted with rickets, their lungs clotted and wheezy with lint they inhaled working weaving machines.
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