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Resource ID: #16697
Subject: Civil Rights
Source: Brill's Content
Date: 1970-06-01


In this artilce, Brill's Content takes a look at the history of Mississippi's largest newspaper, The Clarion-Ledger. The ledger recently re-opened several violent crimnal cases from the civil rights era, but Ann Woolner shows that the paper may have played a larger part in the cases at the time.

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