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" But these people have clung together. They have had a certain amount of unity, pride, and love of race; and, as the years go on, they will be more and more influential in this country — a country where they were once despised, and looked upon with scorn... "
Booker T. Washington in Perspective: Essays of Louis R. Harlan - Page 152
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The Golden Age of Black Nationalism, 1850-1925

Wilson Jeremiah Moses - Religion - 1988 - 345 pages
...admiration for the Jews, whom he said blacks should consider "a bright and shining example. . . . They have a certain amount of unity, pride, and love of race;...on, they will be more and more influential in this country."47 Washington observed that "notwithstanding the barriers in this country, one of the most...
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Uneasy at Home: Antisemitism and the American Jewish Experience

Leonard Dinnerstein - Social Science - 1987 - 279 pages
...economic accomplishment. In 1899 Booker T. Washington wrote these people have clung together. They have a certain amount of unity, pride, and love of race;...on, they will be more and more influential in this country,—a country where they were once despised, and looked upon with scorn and derision. It is...
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In the Almost Promised Land: American Jews and Blacks, 1915-1935

Hasia R. Diner - Biography & Autobiography - 1995 - 271 pages
...race that has suffered so much . . . But these people have clung together. They have a certain . . . unity, pride, and love of race; and, as the years go on, they will be more . . . influential in this country — a country where they were once despised .... It is largely because...
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The Quiet Voices: Southern Rabbis and Black Civil Rights, 1880s to 1990s

Mark K. Bauman, Berkley Kalin - History - 1997 - 444 pages
...He also saw Jews as people who had known suffering and had confronted it by clinging together, with "a certain amount of unity, pride, and love of race;...country — a country where they were once despised." Jews had succeeded "largely because the Jewish race has had faith in itself."41 Respect for Washington...
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Black Zion: African American Religious Encounters with Judaism

Yvonne Chireau, Nathaniel Deutsch - Social Science - 1999 - 256 pages
...bright and striking example in the history of the Jews in this and other countries," Washington wrote. "There is, perhaps, no race that has suffered so much,...on, they will be more and more influential in this country—a country where they were once despised, and looked upon with scorn and derision. It is largely...
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In the Image of God: Religion, Moral Values, and Our Heritage of Slavery

David Brion Davis - Philosophy - 2001 - 392 pages
...T. Washington took up the same theme: "There is, perhaps, no race that has suffered so much. . . . But these people have clung together. They have had...certain amount of unity, pride, and love of race. . . . Unless the Negro learns more and more to imitate the Jew in these matters, to have faith in himself,...
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Along the Color Line: Explorations in the Black Experience

August Meier, Elliott Rudwick, Elliott M. Rudwick - Social Science - 2002 - 421 pages
...advancement, and to acquaint whites with Negro achievement. He urged Negroes to be like the Jews, "who have clung together. They have had a certain amount...country — a country where they were once despised. . . . Unless the Negro learns more and more to imitate the Jew in these matters ... he cannot expect...
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