Stone Collection: Volume 81 - Item 51
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51. James Wilford Garner, “Lynching and the Criminal Law,” South Atlantic Quarterly (October 1906): 333-41.
Essay asserting that the upsurge in lynching is symptomatic of a faulty judicial system. “The conviction is rapidly growing that the administration of the criminal law in most American communities operates in practice more to protect the criminal than the public.