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America: Or, A General Survey of the Political Situation of the Several ... - Page 217
by Alexander Hill Everett - 1827 - 364 pages
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Thoughts on African Colonization: Or an Impartial Exhibition of the ..., Part 1

William Lloyd Garrison - African Americans - 1832 - 234 pages
...to dwell on this topic ; and we say with the same writer, the blacks had a long and glorious day : and after what they have been and done, it argues...pretend that they are naturally inferior to the whites. We earnestly desire that this address may not be misunderstood. We have no objection in the abstract...
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Thoughts on African colonization: or an impartial exhibition of the ..., Part 1

William Lloyd Garrison - African Americans - 1832 - 234 pages
...to dwell on this topic ; and we say with the same writer, the blacks had a long and glorious day : and after what they have been and done, it argues...pretend that they are naturally inferior to the whites. We earnestly desire that this address may not be misunderstood. We have no objection in the abstract...
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Thoughts on African Colonization, Or, An Impartial Exhibition of the ...

William Lloyd Garrison - African Americans - 1832 - 234 pages
...writer, the blacks had a long and glorious day : and after what they have been and done, it arguesjiot so much a mistaken theory, as sheer ignorance of the...pretend that they are naturally inferior to the whites. We earnestly desire that this address may not be misunderstood. We have no objection in the abstract...
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An appeal in favor of that class of Americans called Africans

Lydia Maria Child - Slavery - 1833 - 232 pages
...that perish." The Hon. AH Everett, in his able work on the political situation of America, says, " Nations, and races, like individuals, have their day,...naturally inferior to the whites. It would seem indeed, that if any race have a right claim1 to a sort of preeminence over others, on the fair and honorable...
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The Eclectic review. vol. 1-New [8th]

1833
...ancient world. 'The Blacks', remarks an enlightened American writer, ' had a long and glorious day ; and ' after what they have been and done, it argues...that they are naturally inferior to the ' whites.' But the hypocrisy and wickedness of this shallow plea become still more manifest, when it is considered,...
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The Eclectic Review, Volume 9; Volume 57

William Hendry Stowell - Literary Criticism - 1833
...ancient world. ' The Blacks', remarks an enlightened American writer, ' had a long and glorious day ; and ' after what they have been and done, it argues...that they are naturally inferior to the ' whites.' But the hypocrisy and wickedness of this shallow plea become still more manifest, when it is considered,...
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The "negro pew": being an inquiry concerning the propriety of distinctions ...

Harvey Newcomb - African Americans - 1837 - 108 pages
...situation of America. It is directly in point, to the question before us. ' Nations and races,' says he, ' like individuals, have their day, and seldom have...naturally inferior to the whites. It would seem indeed, that if any race have a right claim to a sort of pre-eminence over others, on the fair and honorable...
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A HIDEOUS MONSTER OF THE MIND

Bruce R. Dain - History - 2002 - 321 pages
...each race resembled an individual person or a nation, with a lifespan going from vigor to senescence: "Nations and races, like individuals, have their day,...pretend that they are naturally inferior to the whites." Given what they had once achieved long ago, the prejudice now arrayed against them, and their degradation...
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Liberation Historiography: African American Writers and the Challenge of ...

John Ernest - Literary Criticism - 2004 - 426 pages
...present the advantages over them," and then by asserting, "the blacks had a long and glorious day: and after what they have been and done, it argues...pretend that they are naturally inferior to the whites" (283-84). Claiming Africa as heritage but not home, claiming racial lineage to dispel the stereotypes...
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