great read for me. It was resourceful when it came to my paper in school.Published 11 months ago by V. Young
This book was a page turner. It was well written and compiled to be historically accurate. I absolutely recommend it.Published 13 months ago by Jessica M.
Well written about a little known event and important legal episode. Anyone interested in American history would enjoy this book.Published 14 months ago by Gene Gant
I ran across this book reviewed in the Harlan Family news letter otherwise I would probably never have noticed it. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Shirley A Suttle
Contempt of Court is the compelling story of a Chattanooga lynching and its national repercussions. In February 1906, an uneducated black man--likely innocent--was convicted of... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Anson Cassel Mills
I enjoyed the book but thought it was written a bit one sided. Hard to believe that it wasn't that long ago that black people were lynched without recourse or justice.Published 23 months ago by Michael J. Cohen
Terrific read. Another context to constitutional law, state rights, federalism. Easy to read for the busy law student or attorney. Highly recommend!Published on May 15, 2011 by Arlene Joe
"Contempt of Court" is a superbly written account of American social injustice and the courageous attempt to correct the workings of our state and federal courts. Read morePublished on January 30, 2010 by Paul Williamson