The American Missionary

Volume 42, No. 10, October, 1888

Author: Various Authors
Published: 1888
Language: English
Wordcount: 17,044 / 59 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 65.4
LoC Categories: AP, BR
Downloads: 876
Added to site: 2006.04.12
mnybks.net#: 13398
Genres: Religion, Periodical
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ere is a strong disposition to gather hope from the newly-developed manufacturing interests in the South. But this is delusive. The South is essentially a rural population; the new industries will necessarily be confined to a few localities, and will reach but slightly the wide agricultural region, and will scarcely touch the Negroes. And more than all this, these industries will only be importing into the South the struggle between labor and capital, which so vexes us at the North. Instead, therefore, of solving the old difficulties at the South, they will add a new one.

The danger of a war of races is scouted at the North; it is not at the South. This is natural. The North is not in immediate contact with the danger; the South is. When the war of the rebellion was impending, the North refused to believe in its coming; and when it came, one of the wisest statesmen of the North, Mr. Seward, predicted that it would "not last sixty days." No such delusion prevailed in the South. Many of the best men ther

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