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" Have we become so inoculated with prejudice of race that an American government, professedly based on the principles of freedom, and charged with the protection of all citizens alike, can make distinctions between such citizens in the matter of their... "
Hearst's International - 第 19 頁
1909
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The Chautauquan: a weekly newsmagazine, 第 52-53 卷

1908
..."Have we become so inoculated with prejudice of race that an American government, professedly based on the principles of freedom and charged with the...citizens alike, can make distinctions between such c'tizens in the matter of their voluntary association for innocent purposes simply because of their...
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The American State Reports: Containing the Cases of General Value ..., 第 124 卷

Abraham Clark Freeman - 1909
...Have we become so inoculated with prejudice of race that an American government, profeisedly based on the principles of freedom, and charged with the...distinctions between such citizens in the matter of their voluntary meeting for innocent purposes, simply because of their respective races I Further, if the...
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United States Reports: Cases Adjudged in the Supreme Court at ... and Rules ...

United States. Supreme Court - 1909
...Have we become so inoculated with prejudice of race that an American government, professedly based on the principles of freedom, and charged with the...distinctions between such citizens in the matter of their voluntary meeting for innocent purposes simply because of their respective races? Further, if the lower...
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The Supreme Court Reporter, 第 29 卷

1909
...Have we become so inoculated with prejudice of race than an American government, professedly based on the principles of freedom, and charged with the...distinctions between such citizens in the matter of their voluntary meeting for innocent purposes, simply because of their respective races! Further, if the...
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United States Reports: Cases Adjudged in the Supreme Court at ..., 第 211 卷

United States. Supreme Court - 1909
...citizens alike, can make distinctions between such citizens in the matter of their voluntary meeting for innocent purposes simply because of their respective...races? Further, if the lower court be right, then a S';ite may make it a crime for white and colored persons to freqnent the ?nme market places at the...
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Race Distinctions in American Law

Gilbert Thomas Stephenson - 1910 - 388 頁
...asked, " become so inoculated with prejudice of race that an American government, professedly based on the principles of freedom, and charged with the protection of all citizens alike, can make distinction between such citizens in the matter of their voluntary meeting for innocent purposes simply...
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The Journal of Negro History

Carter Godwin Woodson, Rayford Whittingham Logan - 1921
...with prejudice of race," continued Justice Harlan, "that an American government, professedly based on the principles of freedom, and charged with the...distinctions between such citizens in the matter of their voluntary meeting for innocent purposes simply because of their respective races? Further if the lower...
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Private Schools and State Laws: The Text as Well as a Classified Summary of ...

1924 - 220 頁
...Have we become so inoculated with prejudice of race that an American government, professedly based on the principles of freedom, and charged with the...distinctions between such citizens in the matter of their voluntary meeting for innocent purposes simply because of their respective races? Further, if the lower...
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The Central Law Journal, 第 68 卷

1909
...race," asks Mr. Justice Harlan, in a dissenting opinion,1 "that an American government professedly based on the principles of freedom and charged with the...innocent purposes, simply because of their respective race? Further, if the lower court be right, then a state may make it a crime for white and colored...
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Opportunity, 第 20 卷

Elmer Anderson Carter - 1942
..."Have we become so inoculated with prejudice of race that an American government, professedly based on the principles of freedom, and charged with the...all citizens alike, can make distinctions between citizens in the matter of their voluntary meeting for innocent purposes simply because of their respective...
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