Stone Collection: Volume 85 - Item 23
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23. Edward P. Clark, “The Southern Question,” International Monthly (March 1900): 340-54.
Review of black suffrage during Reconstruction with reference to the Federal government’s meddling with Southern politics. The author concludes that the North should adopt a hands-off policy in regard to civil rights for African Americans in the South. (The collection has another copy of this article in volume 3 [no. 4].)