Booker T. Washington

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American History

 

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October 28, 2011

 

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Washington believed in "slow and natural growth" (Washington, 163) and that baby steps, beginning with industrial skill, would eventually bring America to egalitarianism. He sought to lay a "foundation of the race through a generous education of the hand, head, and heart" (Washington, 59). In order for the black race to first make an impact economically, they had to provide a service so essential to life that this action would demand respect...
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Washington believed in "slow and natural growth" (Washington, 163) and that baby steps, beginning with industrial skill, would eventually bring America to egalitarianism. He sought to lay a "foundation of the race through a generous education of the hand, head, and heart" (Washington, 59). In order for the black race to first make an impact economically, they had to provide a service so essential to life that this action would demand respect...
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