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Unformatted text preview: could be achieved through economic security and cooperation between both sides. For W.E.B Du Bois 1) Booker T. Washington was not helping African Americans achieve higher civil and political rights, instead he aimed his focus at only helping the African-American economic status. 2) Washington’s idea of addressing the racial equality problems after the African-American economy was updated and stable was a bad idea because it would take much too long for the economy to catch up in the first place 3) Washington’s conservative views were just accepting the white views of African-American inferiority rather than implementing the true views and goals of the African-American society 4) With actions like the Niagara movement, the white community could see the immediate action that was wanted for the African American community from the highly educated such as the large group of black college students...
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