EDITORIALS ABOUT THE LYNCHING OF JOSEPH LYTLE, 1892
The infamous lynching in Findlay, Ohio was front-page headline news across the U.S., at the time. In this short “bonus” episode, you will hear excerpts of editorials from a diverse collection of major newspapers, speaking out about the incident, within days after it occurred in 1892.
Cleveland Plain Dealer, April 2, 1892 (article quoting numerous editorials from newspapers, speaking out, on the Lytle lynching and its aftermath. The quoted newspapers include the Toledo Blade, the Detroit Free Press, the Buffalo Express, the Ohio State Journal (Columbus) and the Chicago Herald..
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