Stone Collection: Volume 4A - Item 57
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57. “The South and the Negro,” Outlook (July 30, 1904): 731-32.
Definition of the Solid South as a place in which there is consensus among white citizens of two fundamental principles: 1) opposition “to race amalgamation and to all forms of social intermingling which seems to them liable to lead to amalgamation,” and 2) agreement “that mere numerical majorities should not govern.”