Leopold and Loeb In the closing arguments of the famous œLeopold and Loeb case, Clarence Darrow suggests that his clients should not be held responsible for their actions. On the contrary, he argues, œIf there is responsibility anywhere, it is back of [them]; somewhere in the infinite number of [their] ancestors, or in [their] surroundings, or in both. Discuss arguments in favor of Darrow’s conclusion as well as against it, and develop your own position on the issue. Your paper should address the following questions: -What arguments have we seen that agree with Darrow’s conclusion? -What arguments have we seen that oppose it? -What is your view on the matter? Do you think that Leopold and Loeb should be considered responsible for their behavior or not? Why?