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What was not only a popular method of administering justice, but also a form of entertainment? a. minstrel shows c. electrocutions b. lynching d. Jim Crow laws
Lynching was not only a popular method of administering justice, but also a form of entertainment.
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Lynching was not only a popular method of administering justice, but also a form of entertainment.

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