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Unformatted text preview: cars; black and white separation; power to separate perceived as power to control; segregate Louisiana railroads; Plese and Ferguson; separation does not violate the 14 th ammendment as long as the facilities for the blacks and whites are of equal quality; “separate but equal”; separation/segregation laws: everything is segregated • 1898: Williams VS Mississippi; 1890 Mississippi sets up new qualifications for voting • Louisiana’s Disfranchisement o 1900: White voters = 164,000; Black voters = 130,000 o 1901: White voters = 125,000; Black voters = 5, 320 o 1904: White voters = 91,000; Black voters = 1,342 • capital • impetus of civil war • new inventions • natural resources • almost no regulation of any sort of this industrial sort; lazes faire • national govt fosters all this; land subsidies for railroads; high tariffs against importation of foreign goods •...
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- Spring '07
- White people, Southern United States, white voters, black voters