Stone Collection: Volume 4A - Item 76
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76. Ernest Hamlin Abbott, “Sectional Misapprehension,” Outlook (May 27, 1905): 237-41.
Essay emphasizing the commonality of problems and values among people in the North and the South. The author concludes that “Sectional misapprehensions will disappear when we all recognize that there are two ideals which are not open for discussion: first, the best practicable development of each individual and each race, and, second, at the same time the scrupulous preservation of race integrity.”