Their majesties, the mob.


[Chicago] University of Chicago Press [1960] .

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Subjects Lynchage.
Lynching -- United States.
Lynching.
Mobs -- United States.
Mobs.
Rassemblements.
United States.
Description 214 pages 23 cm
Copyright Date [1960]
Notes Over 50 documents republished from various sources.
Contents How dry diggings became Hangtown / E. Gould Buffum -- The Green River jury / Alonso Delano -- An Alcalde trial at Marysville / Stephen J. Field -- Thirty-nine lashes / Milus Gay -- Extracting confession / John A. Perry -- "The trial lasted nearly a couple of hours" / Henry J. Coke -- An exception: acquittal / Isaac Jones Wistar -- "I believe it's I, Sir" / Hubert Howe Bancroft -- The hanging of Juanita / David P. Barstow -- The pros and cons of vigilantism / New York Herald -- Punishment delayed but inexorable / Louise Amelia Knapp Smith Clappe (Dame Shirley) -- A court to try a court / Harris Newmark -- "Let go, you --- fool, let go!" / H.O. Lang -- "You don't know your business" / Abbé Emmanuel Henry Dieudonne Domenech -- Vigilantes versus the free Negroes in Texas / Frederick Law Olmsted -- Not road agents but regulators / Raphael Pumpelly -- "The difficulty with vigilance committees" / William Francis Gray -- "You'll have to do better than that" / Clarence King --The execution of Sheriff Plummer / Nathaniel Pitt Langford -- On the right to civil trial / from the opinion in Ex parte Milligan -- An unbearable prisoner / George P. Morehouse -- The long memory of vigilante law / William A. Bell -- To whom it may concern / Hubert Howe Bancroft -- "It was such a nice day for hangin'" / Fitz Hugh Ludlow -- A coroner's jury reports ; "Infidelity has got to stop" / quoted by Hubert Howe Bancroft -- Local option at Hall's Gulch / Isabella L. Bird -- "John must go" / as reported in the press and in correspondence -- A citizens' committee acts / Carroll D. Wright -- Mr. Justice Holmes disssents / from an opinion in Frank v. Mangum -- The Palmer raids / from an opinion in Colyer v. Skeffington -- The purge of the socialists / Zechariah Chafee -- The Ku Klux Klan at work / Robert L. Duffus -- Raid on the I.W.W. Hall / Tom Sullivan -- The Watch and Ward Society / from an opinion in American mercury v. Chase et al. -- A kidnapping / from press reports and an article by George H. Shoaf -- The vigilante argument for evacuating the Japanese / Morton Grodzins -- The zoot-suit riot / Carey McWilliams -- An act to promote vigilantism / William O. Douglas -- Salt of the earth / Elizabeth Poe -- Daughters of vigilantism / Ralph S. O'Leary -- The Hollywood technique / Elizabeth Poe -- "Keep a wide-open eye" ; A character assassination / New York Times -- The "blank wall" against Oppenheimer / from the dissenting opinion of Henry De Wolf Smyth -- The Times twenty / John W. Caughey -- The powers behind the blacklist / from press reports as excerpted in the Nation -- Even against children / New York Times and Benjamin Fine -- Sanctions and banishment / Richard B. Stolley -- The governor's mob / New York Times -- The committee that tries like a court / Hugo Black.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)265028
(OCoLC)ocm00265028
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Caughey, John Walton, 1902-1995.
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