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Some Aspects of The Race Problem In The South. A Paper. Campbell, Robert F

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Asheville, NC: The Citizen Company, 1899. Second edition. Wraps. Good. Stapled pale blue wraps. [3] 4-24 pp. Published version of a sermon delivered on Christmas day 1898 at First Presbyterian Church in Asheville, North Carolina calling on the community to accountability for solving the social injustices caused by the “race problem,” as well as calling on the North to share in the responsibility for the former slaves’ plight: “The New North and the New South, recognizing the common responsibility of he two sections for the existence of the race problem, and approaching this problem with mutual understanding and sympathy and an earnest desire for the best interests of white and black alike, can do more in five years towards a satisfactory settlement of the race question, than has been accomplished in thirty-five years of mistrust and strife.” The author cites numerous statistics on population, poverty, and hate crimes in building his case. Light soiling and creasing to covers, contents clean with pencil correction on page 7. Front and back covers separated 2″ at bottom.

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Some Aspects of The Race Problem In The South. A Paper. . Campbell, Robert F

Asheville, NC: The Citizen Company, 1899. Second edition. Wraps. Good. Stapled pale blue wraps. [3] 4-24 pp. Published version of a sermon delivered on Christmas day 1898 at First Presbyterian Church in Asheville, North Carolina calling on the community to accountability for solving the social injustices caused by the “race problem,” as well as calling on the North to share in the responsibility for the former slaves’ plight: “The New North and the New South, recognizing the common responsibility of he two sections for the existence of the race problem, and approaching this problem with mutual understanding and sympathy and an earnest desire for the best interests of white and black alike, can do more in five years towards a satisfactory settlement of the race question, than has been accomplished in thirty-five years of mistrust and strife.” The author cites numerous statistics on population, poverty, and hate crimes in building his case. Light soiling and creasing to covers, contents clean with pencil correction on page 7. Front and back covers separated 2″ at bottom. 80.00

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Condition

Good

Date Published

1899

Publisher

The Citizen Company

Place Published

Asheville, NC

Edition

Second edition

Binding

Wraps