Stone Collection: Volume 4A - Item 51
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51. Ernest Hamlin Abbott, “The South and the Negro: II.—The Confusion of Tongues,” Outlook (May 28, 1904): 165-68.
Delineation of two major “currents of opinion” in the South: one that assumes “the continued and unchanging inferiority of the negroes” and another that favors “the complete development of the negro.”