Lynching.

Execution without trial suspected of a crime carried out by a street crowd (mob rule). Official government never seriously struggled with the courts and the practice of lynching their mass application existed in the United States until the 1950s. Executions often ended joint photography. From photo cards made and sent to relatives, for example, with the inscription: "I am second from the left." Inside are two such cards

 

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