Stone Collection: Volume 16 - Item 19
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19. Edward W. Blyden, The Elements of Permanent Influence. Discourse Delivered in the Fifteenth Street Presbyterian Church, Washington, D. C., Sunday, February 16, 1890 (Washington, DC: R. L. Pendleton, 1890). (18 p.)
Sermon in which the preacher criticizes persons who champion white supremacy for their arrogance and superficiality. He reminds the congregation that military victories and colonial conquests are temporary achievements compared to the lasting recognition of a righteous deeds.