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23 April, 00:59

At the end of the nineteenth century, lynching: affected only southern whites. was an act of violence directed mostly at black men. rarely happened. was always done in secret. caused Ida B. Wells to stop writing and speaking.

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  1. 23 April, 02:26
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    Option: was an act of violence directed mostly at black men.

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    At the end of the 19th century, the South was growing into racial tension. Southern people accused their financial difficulties on the freed slaves that lived around them. Lynchings were displaying a common way of solving the anger that whites had with freed blacks. For the white Southern, Lynching was necessary because it controls and maintains the freed slaves.
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