Lynching in the New South Book õ Georgia and Virginia

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Ons did not breed endemic mob violence The character of white domination in Georgia however was symbolized by nearly fie hundred lynchings and became the measure of race relations in the Deep South By focusing on these two states Brundage addresses three central uestions ignored by precious studies How can the variation in lynching over space and time be explained To what extent was lynching

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Lynching in the New South Georgia and Virginia 1880 1930 Blacks in the New WorldA social ritual that affirmed traditional values What were the causes of the decline of lynching The book's multidisciplinary approach and the significant issues it addresses will interest historians of African American history the South and American violence At the same time it will remind a general audience of a tradition of violence that poisoned American life and especially southern life

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Lynching in the New South Book õ Georgia and Virginia ✓ In 1905 the sociologist James Cutler observed It has been said that our country's national crime is lynching If lynching was a national crime it was a southern obsession Based on an analysis of nearly six hundred lynchings this volume offers a new full appraisal of theIn 1905 the sociologist James Cutler observed It has been said that our country's national crime is lynching If lynching was a national crime it was a southern obsession Based on an analysis of nearly six hundred lynchings this volume offers a new full appraisal of the complex character of lynching In Virginia the southern state with the fewest lynchings W Fitzhugh Brundage found that conditi