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The Color Question a Letter Written for the Sixtieth Annual Meeting of the Amer

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The Color Question a Letter Written for the Sixtieth Annual Meeting of the Amer
Edward P Edward Porter Humphrey
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Thev are the equals of the whites before the law. No other disability disturbs them except their social inferiority; and this they are willing to endure, partlv because they have become accustomed to it, and partlv because they hope, though the whites think, against hope, for better things. And further still, the whites "accept the situation, " because they do not see that it is possible to change it; and because the presence of the blacks, as laborers, is a convenience in the northern portion ...of the former Slave States, and a supposed necessity in the Gulf States. Here we come upon the main obstacles in the way of African Colonization. The cause has but a feeble hold on the people of either race. The blacks will not go to Africa, a few only excepted. The whites do not believe that 5, 000, 000 of people can be removed thither; nor are they willing to give up their old servants as a sepa- rate, inferior, and docile class of laborers and menials. Standing face to face with all these obstacles, have we any further plea to urge in behalf of Colonization ?

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