Black America: A Study of the Ex-slave and His Late Master

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Page 162 - Nothing is more clearly written in the book of destiny than the emancipation of the blacks; and it is equally certain that the two races will never live in a state of equal freedom under the same government, so insurmountable are the barriers Which nature, habit, and opinions, have established between them...

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