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" In the English islands they are innocently happy in the unconsciousness of the obligations of morality. They eat, drink, sleep, and smoke, and do the least in the way of work that they can. They have no ideas of duty, and therefore are not made uneasy... "
The English in the West Indies: Or, The Bow of Ulysses - Page 304
by James Anthony Froude - 1888 - 328 pages
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The Caribbean confederation: A plan for the union of the fifteen British ...

Blacks - 1888 - 175 pages
...better qualities which are in him, he will drift back into a mangy cur." He again says, page 348 : " In the English islands they are innocently happy in...moral habits ; all the evidence is the other way." In these two typical passages there are numerous others of a similar nature throughout the book...
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The English in the West Indies: or, The bow of Ulysses, Volume 1

James Anthony Froude - Blacks - 1888 - 373 pages
...and therefore are not made uneasy by neglecting it. One or other of them occasionally rises in t^g legal or other profession, but there is no sign, not...intelligence or moral habits ; all the evidence is the other way.J No Uncle Tom, no Aunt Chloe need be looked for in a negro's cabin in the West Indies. If such...
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An Appeal to Pharaoh: The Negro Problem, and Its Radical Solution

Carlyle McKinley - African Americans - 1889 - 205 pages
...and partly civilized . . . but the effect of leaving the negro nature to itself is apparent at last There is no sign, not the slightest, that the generality...or moral habits ; all the evidence is the other way The generality are mere good-natured animals The customs of Dahomey have not yet shown themselves in...
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The Lone-star of Liberia: Being the Outcome of Reflections on Our Own People

Frederick Alexander Durham - African Americans - 1892 - 331 pages
...saying, in reference to us Africans, that ' morals in the technical sense they have none ;' that ' there is no sign, not the slightest, that the generality...of the race are improving either in intelligence' (we have dealt with the African's intelligence in the second chapter) 'or moral habits ; all the evidence...
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The Lone-star of Liberia: Being the Outcome of Reflections on Our Own People

Frederick Alexander Durham - African Americans - 1892 - 331 pages
...as saying, in reference to us Africans, that ' morals in the technical sense they have none;' that ' there is no sign, not the slightest, that the generality...of the race are improving either in intelligence' (we have dealt with the African's intelligence in the second chapter) 'or moral habits; all the evidence...
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Some Southern Questions

William Alexander MacCorkle - African Americans - 1908 - 318 pages
...and partly civilized . . . but the effect of leaving the Negro nature to itself is apparent at last. There is no sign, not the slightest, that the generality...improving either in intelligence or moral habits ; all of the evidence is the other way. The generality are mere good-natured animals. The customs of Dahomey...
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The Making of a Racist State: British Imperialism and the Union of South ...

Bernard Magubane - History - 1996 - 450 pages
...morality. They eat, drink, sleep, and smoke, and do the least in the way of work that they can do. They have no ideas of duty, and therefore are not...or moral habits; all the evidence is the other way. (ibid.:348) He concluded his diatribe by saying that the descendants of Africans were "children and...
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