The Atlanta Exposition Adress

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Overall Booker T. Washington longed for equality but believed in hard work and self-help. He believed blacks would gain the acceptance they desired through improving their skills and proving themselves through their labors. He believed that would earn far more respect from the whites than protests and speeches...
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Overall Booker T. Washington longed for equality but believed in hard work and self-help. He believed blacks would gain the acceptance they desired through improving their skills and proving themselves through their labors. He believed that would earn far more respect from the whites than protests and speeches...
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