A DEATH IN TEXAS, a Story of Race, Murder, and a Small Town's Struggle for Redemption,

By: Dina Temple-Raston

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A DEATH IN TEXAS, a Story of Race, Murder, and a Small Town's Struggle for Redemption, by Dina Temple-Raston
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Henry Holt & Co, publishers, New York - ISBN:0805066527, 2002. hardcover, 6½" x 9½", with dust jacket. Short black pen mark to bottom edges. VERY GOOD book in VERY GOOD unclipped dust jacket. Forty-two b&w photographs. On June 7, 1998, a trio of young white men chained a forty-nine-year-old black man, James Byrd Jr, to the bumper of a truck and dragged him three miles down the road. Drawing on extensive interviews with key players, journalist Dina Temple-Raston brings to life a cast of remarkable characters - those charged with the crime, the attorney, the DA & sheriff. This is a provocative, deeply affecting story of race in America.

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