. . . why are Southern Lynchings dated at “1920’s and beyond” here? Isn’t that around the start of their decline?
Oh, wait, their decline is what we’re talking about here. Nevermind.
Lynchings as such were still going strong in the ’50s… and weren’t limited to the South, or to racial affairs.
It did say “and beyond”
If the Hatfields and McCoys didn’t like each other, it seems a little silly they decided to build houses facing each other.
What, you want me to turn my back on those no-good Hatfields!? I’ll do it if THEY do it first!