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1  Since then his poor relations and foreign immigrants have seized it.
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2  The plague-spot in sexual relations is easy marriage and easy separation.
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3  I have sought to paint an average picture of real relations between the sons of master and man in the South.
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4  At that time it was the sudden volcanic rupture of nearly all relations between black and white, in work and government and family life.
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5  Next, there are the political relations, the cooperation in social control, in group government, in laying and paying the burden of taxation.
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6  But the very voices that cry hail to this good work are, strange to relate, largely silent or antagonistic to the higher education of the Negro.
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7  Coming now to the economic relations of the races, we are on ground made familiar by study, much discussion, and no little philanthropic effort.
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8  With all your professions, one never sees in the North so cordial and intimate relations between white and black as are everyday occurrences with us.
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9  The liberalizing tendencies of the latter half of the eighteenth century brought, along with kindlier relations between black and white, thoughts of ultimate adjustment and assimilation.
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10  Over the inner thoughts of the slaves and their relations one with another the shadow of fear ever hung, so that we get but glimpses here and there, and also with them, eloquent omissions and silences.
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11  I have thus far sought to make clear the physical, economic, and political relations of the Negroes and whites in the South, as I have conceived them, including, for the reasons set forth, crime and education.
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12  The Negro membership in other denominations has always been small and relatively unimportant, although the Episcopalians and Presbyterians are gaining among the more intelligent classes to-day, and the Catholic Church is making headway in certain sections.
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13  In the civilized life of to-day the contact of men and their relations to each other fall in a few main lines of action and communication: there is, first, the physical proximity of home and dwelling-places, the way in which neighborhoods group themselves, and the contiguity of neighborhoods.
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