November 1933
America;11/4/1933, Vol. 50 Issue 5, p99
The article focuses on the increased rate of lynchings in the U.S. It describes lynching as an aggravated form of murder as it includes open rebellion against the constituted authority in the state. It provides information on the lynching of an African American in Maryland. It notes that lynchings occur in districts that are known for illiteracy and in which the dominant religion is hatred of African Americans, Catholics and Jews.


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