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" The claim that there is nothing in the color of the skin from the point of view of political ethics is a great sophism. A black skin means membership in a race of men which has never of itself succeeded in subjecting passion to reason, has never, therefore,... "
Reconstruction: America's Unfinished Revolution, 1863-1877 - Página 609
por Eric Foner - 2002 - 736 páginas
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Reconstruction and the Constitution, 1866-1876

John William Burgess - 1902 - 342 páginas
...is nothing in the color of the skin from the point of view of political ethics is a great sophism. A black skin means membership in a race of men which...never, therefore, created any civilization of any kind. fTo put such a race of men in possession of a " State ** government in a system of federal government...
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A Short History of Reconstruction

Eric Foner - 2010 - 320 páginas
...the freedom that had been thrust upon them. The North did "a monstrous thing" in granting them the suffrage, for "a black skin means membership in a...therefore, created any civilization of any kind." The views of the Dunning School shaped historical writing for generations and achieved wide popularity...
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Deromanticizing Black History: Critical Essays and Reappraisals

Clarence Earl Walker - 1991 - 164 páginas
...is nothing in the color of the skin from the point of view of political ethics is a great sophism. A black skin means membership in a race of men which...never, therefore, created any civilization of any kind. To put such a race of men in possession of a 'state' government in a system of federal government is...
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A Brother Like Me: A Memoir

Harry B. Dunbar - 1995 - 240 páginas
...of my teachers were trained at Columbia University by disciples of John W. Burgess, who argued that "a black skin means membership in a race of men . . . which has never created any civilization of any kind." «*> On the whole I would say, though, that race per se was...
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W. E. B. Du Bois, Race, and the City: "The Philadelphia Negro" and Its Legacy

Michael B. Katz, Thomas J. Sugrue - 1998 - 288 páginas
...is nothing in the colour of the skin from the point of view of political ethics is a great sophism. A black skin means membership in a race of men which...subjecting passion to reason, has never therefore, created am civilization of any Founding his work on this premise, Burgess suggested that "it is the white man's...
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The Story of American Freedom

Eric Foner - 1999 - 422 páginas
...Scholars like Columbia University's John W. Burgess, a founder of American political science, taught that "a black skin means membership in a race of men which...itself succeeded in subjecting passion to reason, and has never, therefore, created any civilization of any kind." Granting blacks the right to vote...
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Black Reconstruction in America 1860-1880

W. E. B. Du Bois, David Levering Lewis - 1935 - 746 páginas
...is nothing in the color of the skin from the point of view of political ethics is a great sophism. A black skin means membership in a race of men which...never, therefore, created any civilization of any kind. To put such a race of men in possession of a 'state' government in a system of federal government is...
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The Debate On the American Civil War Era

Hugh Tulloch - 1999 - 255 páginas
...is nothing in the colour of the skin from the point of view of political ethics is a great sophism. A black skin means membership in a race of men which...passion to reason, has never, therefore, created any civilisation of any kind. 212 For Burgess, radical reconstruction was an explicable aberration, a total...
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The Supreme Court's Retreat from Reconstruction: A Distortion of ...

Frank J. Scaturro - 2000 - 305 páginas
...bluntness, it was a "monstrous thing, ... a great political error, if not a sin," to grant former slaves suffrage, for a "black skin means membership in a...never, therefore, created any civilization of any kind."20 As a matter of "sound political science the imposition of universal negro suffrage upon the...
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Temples for Tomorrow: Looking Back at the Harlem Renaissance

Genevià ̈ve Fabre, Michel Feith - 2001 - 408 páginas
...for example, expressed a idely shared belief when he stated in 1902 that "a black skin means memberip in a race of men which has never of itself succeeded in subjecting passion to reason, and has never, therefore, created any civilization of any kind."14 In legemonic racial thinking, there...
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