Stone Collection: Volume 79 - Item 7
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7. “Topics of the Time: The Shadow of the Negro,” Scribner’s Monthly (June 1880): 304-305.
Thoughts on “The Negro Problem.” Mr. Stone has marked this passage. “So long as this fact exists—so long as the Northern white man utterly excludes the negro from his social sympathies, and refuses to give him a fair chance in the world to secure respectability and influence, it poorly becomes him to rail at his Southern brothers who do the same thing, and are only a little more logical and extreme in their expressions of contempt.”