'Justice' is still out there
It's customary to describe the death of a figure like Arkansas' "Justice Jim" Johnson as the end of an era. Riddled with cancer, the 85-year-old segregationist killed himself with a deer rifle at the Conway home he called "Whitehaven" -the name his way of telling critics of his racial views, he once told an interviewer, and that they could "kiss my ÀÀÀ."
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