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Alfred H. Stone Collection
Volume: 15

9. Francis J. Grimke, The Negro: His Rights and Wrongs, the Forces for Him and Against Him (N.p., ca. 1898). (100 p.)

Four sermons favorable to civil rights for African Americans. “The Negro is an American citizen, and he never will be eliminated as a political factor with his consent. He has been terrorized and kept from the polls by bloody ruffians; but he has never felt that it was right; has never acquiesced in it, and never will. As long as he lives, as long as there is one manly, self-respecting Negro in this country, the agitation will go on, will never cease until right is triumphant.”