|Portion of title
||Lynching and racial killing in South Africa and the American South
||"Rape" and violence in the making of segregation -- Racial violence and black labor in the South -- Racial violence and state intervention in the South African economy -- Racial violence and religion in the New South -- "The weakness of some ..." : Afrikaner civil religion and racial paternalism -- The nightmare of multiple jurisdictions : States rights and lynching in the South -- Racial violence and the legal system in South Africa.
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references (p. -297) and index.|
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