Contempt of Court: The Turn of the Century Lynching that Launched a Hundred Years of federalism is a fascinating and important narrative on a topic that has been largely ignored in the literature. It is both a jurisprudential history of one of the seedlings of modern constitutional federalism, and a powerful human drama with obvious biblical parallels about innocence, fear, racism, vengeance and a grave injustice.
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