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The quote below was written in the early 1900s: I pledge that in your effort to work out the great and intricate problem which God has laid at the doors of the South, you shall have at all times the patient, sympathetic help of my race; only let this be constantly in mind, that, while from representations in these buildings of the product of field, of forest, of mine, of factory, letters, and art, much good will come, yet far above and beyond material benefits will be that higher good. . . . --Booker T. Washington Source: http://historymatters.gmu.edu/d/39/ What would be W.E.B. D

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    The quote below was written in the early 1900s: I pledge that in your effort to work out the great and intricate problem which God has laid at the doors of the South, you shall have at all times the patient, sympathetic help of my race; only let this be constantly in mind, that, while from representations in these buildings of the product of field, of forest, of mine, of factory, letters, and art, much good will come, yet far above and beyond material benefits will be that higher good. . . . --Booker T. Washington Source: http://historymatters.gmu.edu/d/39/ What would be W.E.B. DuBois's criticism of Washington's quote? It ignores racism and prejudice in the North. It focuses on religion and DuBois was an atheist. It casts blame on African Americans for the "intricate problem." It calls for African Americans to be "patient" and "sympathetic."

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    http://historymatters.gmu.edu/d/40/ this is the same site, and it may have the answer

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    thanks:)

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    please press best response if you think I helped ☺

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    http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/shows/race/etc/road.html this may help too

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    awsome thanks:)

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