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The New Republic offered the story of Anthony Williams as an example for how sheriffs and law enforcement ought to act when lynchings were threatened or attempted. The magazine reprinted a letter, supposedly written from by the sheriff of Greenville, MS, and published in the local newspaper, stating that there was no need to call up the militia or put Williams in a different jail because he and the people of the county were committed to the rule of law.
The New Republic, August 20th, 1919
PDF: Anthony Williams New Republic 08201919 (bottom-right, “Congratulations”)
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