View single post by JG6789
 Posted: Thu Jun 7th, 2012 01:28 am
 PM  Quote  Reply  Full Topic 
JG6789
Member
 

Joined: Mon Apr 23rd, 2012
Location:  
Posts: 71
Status: 
Offline
Mana: 

  back to top

The preceding portion of the passage you quote: “Reason, common sense, true humanity to the black, as well as the safety of the white race, required that the inferior race be kept in a state of subordination.  The condition of domestic slavery, as it existed in the South, had not only resulted in a great improvement in the moral and physical condition of the negro race…”

 Close Window