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Joanna McClelland Glass

Joanna McClelland Glass is a playwright best known for her play, Trying, based on her relationship with Francis Biddle, who was the United States Attorney General under FDR and chief judge at the Nuremberg Trials. Glass worked for Biddle in 1967 up until his death in 1968. Glass is the author of two novels, one of which, Women Wanted, was turned into a film. 

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