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'''Lynching''' refers to the assumption of extrajudicial authority, usually by [[Democrat]]s, and the fatal execution of minorities by [[mob rule]].
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[[File:Lynch.jpg|thumb|450px|The first victims (yellow line) were [[Republican]] [[carpetbagger]]s; once they were driven out the Democrats turned on Blacks (blue line).<br>Source: Historical Statistics of the U.S., and is based on the 1952 Negro year Book.]]
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'''Lynching''' refers to the assumption of extrajudicial authority, usually by [[Democrat]]s, and the fatal execution of minorities or political opponents by [[mob rule]].
  
 
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Revision as of 12:44, 10 September 2020

The first victims (yellow line) were Republican carpetbaggers; once they were driven out the Democrats turned on Blacks (blue line).
Source: Historical Statistics of the U.S., and is based on the 1952 Negro year Book.

Lynching refers to the assumption of extrajudicial authority, usually by Democrats, and the fatal execution of minorities or political opponents by mob rule.