Stone Collection: Volume 4A - Item 29
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29. “Peonage,” Outlook (July 18, 1903): 687-88.
Editorial criticizing the re-emergence of peonage in Georgia and other Southern states, which planters claim is necessary in order to raise cotton. The author concludes “If we cannot have both cotton and liberty, we will have liberty and get along without cotton.”