anonymous
  • anonymous
how did Booker T. Washington and W.E.B. Du Bois differs in views of the best way to combat discrimination?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Booker T. Washington wanted blacks to work harder, where as WEB Dubois wanted more education and in a way agreed with the whites. Uhm, actually the philosophical difference between them was that Washington was trying to head for a more slower but effective approach as to where DuBoise wanted his rights at the moment. People who were following Washington got impatient and followed DuBoise, but in the long run, the way that Washington did his work was very much like Ghandi (very pacifist and effective) meanwhile DuBoise was just "ACT NOW" and in the long run, there were gonna be mistakes in the way he approached things.

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