Stone Collection: Volume 3 - Item 6
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6. Joseph B. Bishop, “Lynching,” International Quarterly 8 (September-December 1903): 199-208.
Criticism of lynching with statistics to support the author’s argument that there is no legal, ethical, or practical reason for allowing this practice to continue. The article ends with a prediction that the South will come to recognize the barbarity of lynching and will subsequently end the practice on its own accord.