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" Finally, its editorial page will stand for the rights of men, irrespective of color or race, for the highest ideals of American democracy, and for reasonable but earnest and persistent attempts to gain these rights and realize these ideals. "
Fight for Freedom and Other Writings on Civil Rights - Page 29
by Langston Hughes - 2001 - 272 pages
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Missions: American Baptist International Magazine, Volume 2

Howard Benjamin Grose - 1911
...the editor says: "Its editorial page will stand for the rights of man, irrespective of color or race, for the highest ideals of American democracy, and for reasonable but earnest and persistent attempt to gain these rights and realize these ideals. The magazine will be the organ of no clique...
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The Golden Age of Black Nationalism, 1850-1925

Wilson Jeremiah Moses - 1988 - 345 pages
...promised that the editorial page would stand for "the rights of men, irrespective of color or race, for the highest ideals of American democracy, and for reasonable but earnest and persistent attempt to gain these rights and realize these ideals."20 His early years with The Crisis fall into...
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Thurgood Marshall: Supreme Court Justice

Joseph Nazel - 1993 - 208 pages
...outlined its platform, stating that it "stands for the rights of men, irrespective of color or race, for the highest ideals of American democracy, and...attempts to gain these rights and realize these ideals." Morey Storey, a white Boston lawyer, was installed as the first President of the NAACP as the organization...
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Ida B. Wells

Joseph Nazel - 1995 - 208 pages
...The NAACP, proclaimed the editorial, "stands for the rights of men, irrespective of color or race, for the highest ideals of American democracy, and...attempts to gain these rights and realize these ideals." Du Bois also outlined the direction of the Crisis, writing: "The object of this publication is to set...
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African Amer Pol Thought

...articles. Finally, its editorial page will stand for the rights of men, irrespective of color or race, for the highest ideals of American democracy, and for reasonable but earnest and persistent attempt to gain these rights and realize these ideals. The magazine will be the organ of no clique...
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Analysis and Assessment, 1940-1979

Cary D. Wintz - 1996 - 504 pages
...publish articles and in its editorials would "stand for the rights of men, irrespective of color or race, for the highest ideals of American democracy, and for reasonable but earnest attempt to gain those rights and realize these ideals."18 In 1919, with the magazine selling over 100,000...
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Creating the Modern Man: American Magazines and Consumer Culture, 1900-1950

Tom Pendergast - 2000 - 289 pages
...November 1910, 10. [I]ts editorial page will stand for the rights of men, irrespective of color or race, for the highest ideals of American democracy, and...to gain these rights and realize these ideals. The magazine will be the organ of no clique or party and will avoid personal rancor of all sorts. In the...
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W. E. B. Du Bois: The Quest for the Abolition of the Color Line

Zhang Juguo - 2001 - 195 pages
...scientific interest; and carry editorials which stood "for the rights of men, irrespective of color or race, for the highest ideals of American democracy, and for reasonable but earnest and persistent attempt to gain these rights and realize these ideals."67 Though Du Bois declared that The Crisis was...
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Langston Hughes

Joseph Nazel - 2008 - 192 pages
...early decades of the century. editorial, "stands for the rights of men, irrespective of color or race, for the highest ideals of American democracy, and...attempts to gain these rights and realize these ideals." Du Bois' writings had a powerful influence over Langston, especially during his formative years as...
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