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Did Booker T. Washington’s Philosophy and Actions Betray Interests of African Americans? In the first article, W.E.B Du Bois inherently states that Booker T. Washington was  essentially harmful to black progress in the white world.  He argued that Washington should  have used his power to motivate African-Americans to be more offensive on the political and  action-oriented stage in the battle for an egalitarianism cultural resonance.  Even though he  castigated Washington’s resolutions, Du Bois dignified Washington’s persistence, especially in  his groundbreaking Atlanta Compromise in order to give blacks better support in the economical  spectrum.   Louis R. Harlan, in the subsequent article, sends an opposing message than his former.  He proclaims Washington did indeed use his political strength to aid the transmitting of 
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