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" I saw it even-where — was the way in which the white people were torn between their feeling of race prejudice and their downright economic needs. Hating and fearing the Negro as a race (though often loving individual Negroes), they yet want him to work... "
Following the Color Line: An Account of Negro Citizenship in the American ... - Page 81
by Ray Stannard Baker - 1908 - 314 pages
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The American Magazine, Volume 64

1907
...Econoihic Necessity One of the most significant things I saw in the South — and I saw it even-where — was the way in which the white people were torn between...with economic necessity. Troubles of Country Folk " But aren't there two sides to every question ? Here we are out here in the country, right in the...
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