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This book analyzes how the changes in the laws of the United States and state law has affected the lives of African-Americans, specifically in regards to the brutal phenomena of lynching. It provides a comparative examination of the state of Colonial law, Constitutional law, federal law, case law, and state laws and how it at times oppressed African people in the U.S., failed to protect them during the moments of White backlash when they law slowly changed to benefit African-Americans, and how the law has shielded those who commit terror against African-Americans from facing any sense of justice. This book will hopefully serve as a resource for any interested observers wondering why African-Americans continue to face brutal state action, generation after generation, after generation.



American Terrorism

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  • Farria, Garrick