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For years, Marshall Bass Reeves was one of the most revered and feared lawmen in the American West. Brining in thousands of criminals over a 30 year career, Marshall Reeves’ story opens up a conversation about Black Americans in the Wild West. Author Art T. Burton joins John Landecker to dive into the history of Marshall Reeves and reclaiming his legacy.