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Blood, Hearth, and Faith

Dickson groaned. What had become of his dream of idylls, his gentle bookish romance? Vanished before a reality which smacked horribly of crude melodrama and possibly of sordid crime. His gorge rose at the picture, but a thought troubled him. … Continue reading

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In Spite of Liberaldom

That nature which contemns its origins Cannot be bordered certain in itself -Shakespeare The billboards in Duluth, Minnesota on which white people are depicted as loathsome reptiles not fit to live were put up by the mad-dog, liberal Directory of … Continue reading

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The Liberal and the Colored -– United in Hate

The crimes that the White community of Southern Rhodesia had committed were obvious. In the first place they are White, and in the second place they are guilty of having brought civilization to a land of black Stone-Age savages. – … Continue reading

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Guarding the Bridge

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Good Blood

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All the King’s Horses and All the King’s Men

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The Speedy Decline

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