Stone Collection: Volume 1 - Item 38
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38. William Thorp, “How Jamaica Solves the Negro Problem, World’s Work (June 1904): 4908-4913.
Formula for improving race relations based on the British experience in Jamaica, which involved “dealing justly with them [blacks], governing then firmly and impartially, educating them, and making them economically independent.” According to the author, the major drawback to this approach is the prevalence of miscegenation.