Herbert, H.A.

American Social Science Association

Convention of the Southern Association for Discussion of Social and Political Problems

The Negro Problem Both North and South

Washington, D.C.; long reoport

One Response to Herbert, H.A.

  • Editor says:

    "Colleges have done the negro no good whatever. They have turned out a few young bucks who fondly and ignorantly imagine that, because they are able to scan a line in Ovid or Calculus, or write a thesis on the Cuneiform Inscriptions, or deliver an impassioned apostrophe to some white man of renown, they are necessarily the superiors of Caucasians who have not been taught these things…."