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7/7/11 Click to edit Master subtitle style Booker T. Washington “The Atlanta Compromise” “Cast down your buckets!
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7/7/11 Washington Lived from 1895 – 1915 19th and 20th century educator Born a slave in the state of Virginia Dominant influence in Black public affairs up until his death. Educated at Hampton institute Tuskegee Normal and Industrial est.1881
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7/7/11 “cast down your bucket where you are” Making friends with people of surrounding races
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Unformatted text preview: Mechanics Agriculture Domestic Service Commerce 7/7/11 7/7/11 Review Questions Quest 1: Justice Harlan insisted that the destiny of whites and black was indissolubly linked together. How would Washington have responded to this assertion? Quest 2: Why did many African Americans agree with Washingtons statement that it was more important to earn a dollar than spend one? Does Washington suggest how long it...
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