The Atlanta Youth Murders and the Politics of Race

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The Atlanta Youth Murders
and the Politics of Race

Bernard Headley

Southern Illinois University Press

Carbondale and Edwardsville

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  • The Atlanta Youth Murders and the Politics of Race *
  • The Atlanta Youth Murders and the Politics of Race *
  • Contents *
  • Illustrations *
  • Preface xiii
  • Acknowledgments xvii
  • The Atlanta Youth Murders and the Politics of Race *
  • Prologue 1
  • 1 - A City Too Busy to Hate? 6
  • 2 - Two Deaths Against the Backdrop of Racial Troubles 21
  • 3 - Where Have All the Children Gone? 33
  • 4 - A Summer of Death 49
  • 5 - The Pain of Finding Nothing at All 59
  • 6 - Select Outsiders Only 69
  • 7 - "We'Ve Got to End This" 80
  • 8 - Multiple Suspects 94
  • 9 - The Politics of Federal Aid 101
  • 10 - A Dead Body Every Week 113
  • 11 - A Loud Splash 123
  • 12 - A Man with Big Dreams and Peculiar Activities 134
  • 13 - Pursuit and an Fbi "Interview" 144
  • 14 - The Media Blitzkrieg and Developing Evidence 150
  • 15 - The D. A. Makes a Highly Political Arrest 157
  • 16 - Pretrial Activity 167
  • 17 - The Trial No One Wanted to Miss 175
  • Epilogue 200
  • Appendixes Notes Bibliography Index *
  • Appendix B 215
  • Notes 219
  • Bibliography 227
  • Index 235
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