References

Chapter One

Virginia Shadron, “Popular Protest and Legal Authority in Post-World War II Georgia: Race, Class, and Gender Politics in the Rosa Lee Ingram Case” (Ph.D. Dissertation, Emory University, 1991), 30.

Charles H. Martin, “Race, Gender, and Southern Justice: The Rosa Lee Ingram Case,” American Journal of Legal History 29 (July 1985): 251.

Gerald Horne, “Communist Front? The Civil Rights Congress, 1946–1956” (Rutherford: Fairleigh Dickenson University Press, 1988), 19.

Phillip Dray, “At the Hands of Persons Unknown: The Lynching of Black America” (New York: Modern Library, 2002), xi.

Eric W. Rise, “Race, Rape, and Radicalism: The Case of the Martinsville Seven, 1949–1951,” The Journal of Southern History 58 (1992): 462.

Charles ...

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