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" Those who fought and died on the battlefield performed their duty heroically and well, but a duty remains for you and me. The mere fiat of law could not make an ignorant voter an intelligent voter, could not make a dependent man an independent man, could... "
The Church at Home and Abroad - Stran 308
uredili: - 1896
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Journal of Proceedings and Addresses of the ... Annual Meeting, Količina 35

National Educational Association (U.S.). Meeting - 1896
...ignorant father an intelligent father; could not make one race respect another. These results will come to the negro as to all races, by beginning at the bottom and gradually working up towards the highest civilization. My friends, by reason of ignorance, by reason of our freedom beginning...
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Addresses and Proceedings - National Education Association of ..., Količina 35

National Education Association of the United States - 1896
...ignorant father an intelligent father; could not make one race respect another. These results will come to the negro as to all races, by beginning at the bottom and gradually working up towards the highest civilization. My friends, by reason of ignorance, by reason of our freedom beginning...
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Proceedings of the ... Convocation, Količina 35 ,Deli 1897–1899

University of the State of New York - 1897
...an intelligent voter, could not make a dependent man an independent man, could not make one citizen respect another. These results come to the negro as...races, by beginning at the bottom and gradually working up to the highest civilization and accomplishments. In the economy of God, there is but one standard...
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The Future of the American Negro

Booker T. Washington - 1899 - 244 strani
...make a dependent man an independent man, cannot make one citizen respect another. These results wiflj come to the Negro, as to all races, by, beginning at the bottom and gradually^ working up to the highest possibilities/ of his nature.In the economy of God there is but one standard by which...
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The Story of a Rising Race: The Negro in Revelation, in History, and in ...

James Jefferson Pipkin - 1902 - 491 strani
...performed their duty heroically and well; but a duty remains for you and me. The mere fiat of law could not make a dependent man an independent man; could not...instead of the bottom; we have spent time and money attending political conventions, in attempting to go to Congress, that could have better been spent...
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The History of My Life and Work: Autobiography by Rev. M. L. Latta ...

Morgan London Latta - 1903 - 371 strani
...make a dependent man an independent man ; can not make one citizen respect another. These results will come to the Negro, as to all races, by beginning at the bottom and gradually working up to the highest possibilities of his nature. In the economy of God there is but one standard by which...
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Booker T. Washington's Own Story of His Life and Work

Booker T. Washington, Albon L. Holsey - 1915 - 506 strani
...make a dependent man an independent man; cannot make one citizen respect another. These results will come to the Negro, as to all races, by beginning at the bottom and gradually working up to the highest possibilities of his nature. In the economy of God there is but one standard by which...
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The Booker T. Washington Papers, Količina 4

Booker T. Washington, Louis R. Harlan - 1972 - 593 strani
...mere fiat of law could not make an ignorant voter an intelligent voter; could not make one citizen respect another; these results come to the Negro, as to all races, by beginning at the bottom and working up to the highest civilization and accomplishment. In the economy of God, there can be but...
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African-American Social and Political Thought: 1850-1920

Howard Brotz - 2011 - 641 strani
...mere fiat of law could not make an ignorant voter an intelligent voter; could not make one citizen respect another; these results come to the Negro, as to all races, by beginning at the bottom and working up to the highest civilization and accomplishment In the economy of God, there can be bur one...
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Militarism, Imperialism, and Racial Accomodation (c): An Analysis and ...

...— viz., the right to vote economic independence, and the respect of his fellow Americans — would "come to the Negro, as to all races, by beginning at the bottom and gradually working up to the highest possibilities of his nature."131 The "bottom" was in unskilled labor and in agriculture,...
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