This chapter discusses how public opinion on racial relations was formed and reformed during the “Emmett Till case.” It explains that a careful reading of Mississippi newspaper articles, editorials, and photographs shows that the Till case became an integral part of Mississippi history, politics, and memory. It adds that the Till case demonstrated the impact of newspapers in influencing a case.
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