John L. Spivak and the Role of Investigative Journalism in Exposing Mass Incarceration as New Slavery

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John L. Spivak and the Role of Investigative Journalism in Exposing Mass Incarceration as New Slavery

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Spivak John L. (John Louis) 1897-1981, Georgia prison reform, chain gangs, new slavery, mistreatment of prisoners, workers rights, socialism, investigative journalism, 30’s, muckraking, deep south labor mvmt, racial slurs, Georgia, mass incarceration

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Spivak John L. (John Louis) 1897-1981 1932
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Spivak John L. (John Louis) 1897-1981 1931
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National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) November 20, 1930
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William G. Hosie Friday, September 30, 1932
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Vivian Stanely of The Prison Commission of Georgia October 20th, 1931
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L. N. J. October 1, 1932
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