Arc of Justice: A Saga of Race, Civil Rights, and Murder in the Jazz Age Topics for Discussion

Kevin Boyle
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In what ways does the post-Civil War South oppress blacks?

How did Sweet come to attend Wilberforce University? Why did his parents send him away at the age of thirteen?

What is the Talented Tenth?

What is the purpose of the Waterworks Park Improvement Association? What are its tactics?

Why did Darrow and Hays allow a group trial? What is the advantage to them?

What are Darrow's views on discrimination? What does he say the solution is?

What are the Ku Klux Klan's problems with the mayoral election?

What is the political situation and backdrop when the Sweets purchased their house?

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