Old Times There Are Best Forgotten: The Future of Confederate Symbolism in the South

@article{Carpenter2001OldTT,
  title={Old Times There Are Best Forgotten: The Future of Confederate Symbolism in the South},
  author={Lucas Carpenter},
  journal={Callaloo},
  year={2001},
  volume={24},
  pages={32 - 37}
}
A primary component of the horror and revulsion one experiences in viewing these extraordinary images derives from how public the lynchings were. Several of these photographs depict very large crowds, mainly white men but also women and children, who certainly appear pleased with what they've done. The lynchers would also know that there was almost no chance that they would ever be charged with, much less convicted of, any wrongdoing. The success of such obvious racial oppression required the… Expand

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