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" Disguise the truth as we may, and throw the blame where we will, it is Slavery which, more than any other cause, keeps us back in the career of improvement. "
From its beginning to the death of President Swain, 1789-1868 - Page 345
by Kemp Plummer Battle - 1907
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The American Quarterly Observer, Volumes 1-2

Bela Bates Edwards - 1833
...of the worst evil that afflicts the southern part of our confederacy ? Disguise the truth as we may, and throw the blame where we will, it is slavery which...of improvement. It stifles industry and represses enterprize ; it is fatal to economy and prudence ; it discourages skill ; impairs our strength as a...
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The African Repository ...

1833
...morbid «ensitiveness which gives warning even of an approach to it. Disguise the truth as we may, and throw the blame where we will, it is slavery which, more thu mny other cause, keeps us back in the career of improvement. It stifles industry and represses...
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On the Classical Tongues and the Adventages of Their Study: An Inaugural ...

Isaac William Stuart - 1836
...a morbid sensitiveness which gives warning even of an approach to it. Disguise the truth as we may, and throw the blame where we will, it is Slavery which,...of improvement. It stifles industry and represses enterprise—it is fatal to economy and providence— it discourages skill—impairs our strength as...
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Yaradee: a Plea for Africa: In Familiar Conversations on the Subject of ...

Frederick Freeman - 1836 - 360 pages
...the worst evil that afflicts the southern part of our confederacy. * * Disguise the truth as we may, and throw the blame where we will, it is slavery which,...cause, keeps us back in the career of improvement." * * " How this evil is to be encountered, how subdued, is indeed a difficult a:id delicate inquiry."...
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Specimens of American Eloquence: Consisting of Choice Selections from the ...

1837 - 383 pages
...a morbid sensitiveness which gives warning even of an approach to it. Disguise the truth as we may, and throw the blame where we will, it is Slavery which,...of improvement. It stifles industry and represses enterprize — it is fatal to economy and providence — it discourages skill — impairs our strength...
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A Plea for Africa: Being Familiar Conversations on the Subject of Slavery ...

Frederick Freeman - 1837 - 359 pages
...the worst evil that afflicts the southern part of our confederacy. * * Disguise the truth as we may, and throw the blame where we will, it is slavery which,...cause, keeps us back in the career of improvement." * * " How this evil is to be encountered, how subdued, is indeed a difficult and delicate inquiry."...
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Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political Science

1899
...Justice Gaston, who two years earlier had said in a public address: "Disguise the truth as we may, and throw the blame where we will, it is slavery which,...than any other cause, keeps us back in the career of improvement."1 Now he showed himself a humane judge: He said: "Unconditional submission is, in general,...
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Religions of the United States in Practice, Volume 2

Colleen McDannell - 2001 - 472 pages
...representation in state and national legislatures. He also owned slaves. He did, however, believe that slavery, "more than any other cause, keeps us back in the career of improvement." He helped North Carolina's Quakers manumit their slaves and, in a celebrated decision during his career...
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