Lynch Street: The May 1970 Slayings at Jackson State College

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Frontispiece: From Herblock's State of the Union (Simon & Schuster, 1972).

The epigraph for chapter I is from "Strange Fruit" by Lewis Allan, c. 1939. Edward B. Marks Music Co., © renewed, used by permission. All rights reserved.

Photos from The Kudzu courtesy of David Doggett and Shannon Ferguson of The Kudzu. United Press International newsphoto courtesy of Bettmann Newsphotos, 48 East 21st Street, New York, N.Y. 10010. Associated Press wirephotos courtesy of Wide World Photos, 50 Rockefeller Plaza, New York, N.Y. 10020.

© 1988 by The Kent State University Press, Kent, Ohio 44242
All rights reserved
Library of Congress Catalog Card Number 87-21502
ISBN 0-87338-355-9 (cloth)
ISBN 0-87338-371-0 (paper)
Manufactured in the United States of America

Third printing, 1990

Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data

Spofford, Tim.
Lynch Street.
Bibliography: p.
Includes index.
1. Jackson (Miss.)—Race relations. 2. Jackson State College. 3. Afro‐
Americans—Civil rights—Mississippi—Jackson. 4. Riots—Mississippi—
Jackson. 5. Murder—Mississippi—Jackson. I. Title.
F349.J13S66 1988 976.2'51 87-21502
ISBN 0-87338-355-9 (alk. paper) ∞
ISBN 0-87338-371-0 (pbk. : alk. paper) ∞

British Cataloging-in-Publication data are available.

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Table of contents

  • Lynch Street - The May 1970 Slayings at Jackson State College *
  • Contents *
  • 1 - Strange Roots *
  • 2 - Mayday in Amerika *
  • 3 - The Miniriot *
  • 4 - By the Magnolia Tree *
  • 5 - Jacktwo *
  • 6 - Yoknapatawpha in Black *
  • 7 - Crisis *
  • 8 - Majesty of the Law *
  • 9 - Showdown *
  • 10 - Nixon's Court *
  • Epilogue *
  • Sources and Methods *
  • Index *
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