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by Hewitt Clarke
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  • Author:
    Hewitt Clarke
  • ISBN:
    0964923106
  • ISBN13:
    978-0964923102
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  • Publisher:
    Lone Star Press; 1St Edition edition (1995)
  • Pages:
    390 pages
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BlackBerry
This author captures the readers attention in all his books. Excellent packaging. Exactlyasdescribed by seller. Great condition. Thanks!
Brannylv
Good book
Nakora
The book was in good shape and I was very pleased with it.
Burirus
I am from Meridian, thus my interest in Mr. Clarke's book. Interesting idea for a book, all the violence associated with Meridian, a small city in eastern Mississippi, best known recently as the source of most of the Klan members who killed the civil rights workers in Philadelphia in the early 60's.

The latter part of the book about that crime and other lesser known incidents is interesting. In fact, the Epilogue in which the auhtor talks about why he did the book and who he talked with was very interesting.

Missisisppians have a bad habit of whining and blaming evrything on others, usually the Yankees. Clarke is definitely of this school, even referring to the Civil War as the War for Southern Independence, and bemoaning how those poor oppressed Mississippians had to endure all that hardship. He even states that old discredited theory that the UDC folks love, that the war was really about taxes, conveniently overlooking that annoying slavery issue.

Lots of "colored people" talking in dialect. And for those of you who think the Klan was really a bunch of God fearing only protecting the white folks from the out-of-control darkies, then you will like the book.

This sort of stuff is unfortunate because Clarke clearly has a love for Meridian and spent a lot of effort on the book. It is a shame that he couldn't resist writing like a sterotypical " Forget Hell " Mississippian.
great ant
People this book is jacked up, they sell brand new in the book stores for $25, all of Hewitt Clarke's books sell for that. I just bought a first edition signed by him for $15. $40 or more HAHAHAHA