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" ... assimilate and which cannot be absorbed. In other words, the melting-pot theory came in sharp contact with an ethnological fact, and the unexpected occurred. The problem of African servitude was solved after a fashion; but in place of it a race issue... "
"'Tis Sixty Years Since": Address of Charles Francis Adams, Founders' Day ... - Page 20
by Charles Francis Adams - 1913 - 66 pages
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Christian Theology and Social Progress: The Bampton Lectures for 1905

Frederick William Bussell - Christian ethics - 1907 - 343 pages
...and the oppressed ; and emancipation on two continents sacrificed the real welfare of the slave in his intrinsic worth as a person to the impatient vanity of an immediate and theatrical triumph. 4. The object of our inquiry is an answer to this question : Why are we to-day disposed to limit...
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Civilisation at the Cross Roads

John Neville Figgis - Apologetics - 1912 - 297 pages
...your sole object and all thought of means be set aside. Dr. Bussell declares with truth this point: "Emancipation on two continents sacrificed the real...impatient vanity of an immediate and theatrical triumph." 4 So it is with our modern freedom and the rights of the individual. No master would venture nowadays...
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Civilisation at the Cross Roads: Four Lectures Delivered Before Harvard ...

John Neville Figgis - Apologetics - 1912 - 295 pages
...your sole object and all thought of means be set aside. Dr. Bussell declares with truth this point: "Emancipation on two continents sacrificed the real...the impatient vanity of an immediate and theatrical triumph."4 So it is with our modern freedom and the rights of the individual. No master would venture...
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"'Tis Sixty Years Since": Address of Charles Francis Adams, Founders' Day ...

Charles Francis Adams - United States - 1913 - 66 pages
...as the African is concerned — the cause and, so to speak, the motive of the great struggle of 1861 to 1865 — we recognize the presence in the body...impatient vanity of an immediate and theatrical triumph." 1 This length I say, I cannot go; but so far as the present occasion is concerned, with such means...
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Great Debates in American History: Slavery from 1790 to 1857

Marion Mills Miller - Slavery - 1913
...solved after a fashion; but in place of it a race issue of most uncompromising character evolved itself. I am by no means prepared to go the length of an English...impatient vanity of an immediate and theatrical triumph." 1 This length, I say, I cannot go; but so far as the present occasion is concerned, with such means...
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Great Debates in American History: Slavery from 1790 to 1857

Marion Mills Miller - Civil rights - 1913
...solved after a fashion; but in place of it a race issue of most uncompromising character evolved itself. I am by no means prepared to go the length of an English...the impatient vanity of an immediate and theatrical triumph."1 This length, I say, I cannot go ; but so far as the present occasion is concerned, with...
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