Without Due Process: Albert E. Pillsbury and the Hoar Anti‐Lynching Bill

Adam Burns
  • American Nineteenth Century History, June 2010, Taylor & Francis
  • DOI: 10.1080/14664658.2010.481875

Early attempts at federal anti-lynching legislation

What is it about?

Analyses the early twentieth-century efforts to pass a federal anti-lynching law in order to combat the problem of lynching in the US South during that period.

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