Stone Collection: Volume 79 - Item 24
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24. Henry W. Grady, “In Plain Black and White: A Reply to Mr. Cable,” Century Magazine (April 1885): 909-17.
Defense of white supremacy by a Southerner who objects to George Washington Cable’s progressive views in regard to race relations in the South. “Let it be understood in the beginning, then that the South will never adopt Mr. Cable’s suggestion of the social intermingling of the races.”