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The quote below was written in the early 1900s: We do not want the men of another color for our brothers-in-law, but we do want them for our brothers. Source: http://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/authors/b/booker_t_washington_2.html Which explains how African American civil rights leader Marcus Garvey might respond to this quote? He would applaud the author for arguing in favor of a passive approach to racial equality. He would condemn the author for implying that interracial marriage is wrong. He would support the author for suggesting that racial equality is an impossibility. He would criticize the author for supporting integration of the races, not separation.
It's He would applaud the author for arguing in favor of a passive approach to racial equality, i believe.