THE SOUTH: Broken Monopoly

To its critics in the North and to its critics abroad (who know it only in the exaggerated lines of caricature), Southern justice is just another way of saying injustice in two words. But that it need not always be a white man's monopoly and is not always so, was shown last week by two Southern juries.

A Leather Strap. In Rome, Ga., a federal jury had listened for ten days to the story of what happened one night almost a year ago in the little (pop. 200) mountain town of Hooker, just across from...

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