Excerpt from The Public School in Its Relations to the Negro: Republished by Request, From the Southern Planter and Farmer These positions and others of a kindred character, elaborated in the articles referred to, and fortified and illustrated by the facts of past and current history, have been assailed in various quarters, in some instances with marked ability, but in all with conspicuous and signal lack of success. Having shown that the public school is utterly indefensible, both as a matter of right and of policy, even if our population were homogeneous, I purpose in this article and in others, which may follow, to discuss the system in its relations to the negro that we may discover what policy is demanded alike by his interests and our own.
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