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Bl St Lec 112007 - Bl St Lec 112007 James W Clarke without fear or shame British Journal of Political Science 1998 man lynched after church service

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Bl St Lec 112007 James W. Clarke “without fear or shame” British Journal of Political Science 1998 man lynched after church service man admitted killing an employer in self defense rumors that man had sexually abused this man’s wife lynching was publicly announced many people showed up as if it were entertainment cheers rose from the crowd tortured then burned All the World’s A Fair 1865-68: Radical Reconstruction period in which democratic rule was instituted in the south governments ruled by legislatures and executive authorities drawn from poor whites or the freed slaves [ruled by majority] “lost cause” scholars: characterizes negro rule public edu introduced to the south able to reinvent public policy 1864: Jones County, Mississippi: confederate defectors and slaves formed own republic: the republic of jones, staged pitch battles with members of confederate army o Republic of jones: defeated by one of leaders of Ku Klux Klan
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This note was uploaded on 04/10/2009 for the course BL ST 5 taught by Professor Robinsoncj during the Spring '08 term at UCSB.

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