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Page 30 - The Mississippi folk Negro today is a genial mass of remarkable qualities. He seems carefree and shrewd and does not bother himself with the problems the white man has to solve. The tariff and currency do not interest him in the least. He has his standard, silver, and he wants no other kind. As for the so-called Negro Question — that, too, is just another problem he has left for the white man to cope with. Seated in the white man's wagon, and subtly letting the white man worry with the reins, the...