The Negro Problem: Abraham Lincoln's Solution

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The Negro Problem: Abraham Lincoln's Solution  (1909) 
by William Passmore Pickett
Published 1909 by G.P. Putnam's Sons

TO THE THINKING MEN AND WOMEN OF
THE UNITED STATES, WHO, REALIZING THE
GRAVITY OF THE NEGRO PROBLEM, ARE SEEKING
IN PERPLEXITY FOR ITS SOLUTION,
THIS WORK IS RESPECTFULLY DEDICATED.

CONTENTS
BOOK I.
THE PROBLEM.
CHAPTER PAGB
I. The Character of the Problem ... 3
II. The History of the Problem . . .29
III. The Dimensions of the Problem . . .47
IV. The Present Condition of the Negro Race . 68
V. Illustrative Phases of the Problem . . 96
VI. Why Attempt to Solve the Problem at All ? . 125
BOOK II.
THE PROPOSED SOLUTIONS.
I. The Solution of the South . . . .153
II. Lynching as an Element of the Problem . 178
III. The Solution of the North . . . .204
IV. The Political Phase of the Problem. . .229
V. The Disfranchisement of the Negro. . . 259
VI. The Negro's Solution 285
VII. Abraham Lincoln's Solution . . . 306
 

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