This edition features
• a linked Table of Contents, linked Footnotes, and linked Index
CONTENTS (abridged list)
I. Did the American Negro make, in the nineteenth century, achievements along the lines of wealth, morality, education, etc., commensurate with his opportunities? If so, what achievements did he make?
II. Will it be possible for the Negro to attain, in this country, unto the American type of civilization?
III. How can the friendly relations now existing between the two races in the South be strengthened and maintained?
IV. Should the Negro be given an education different from that given to the white?
V. Should the ignorant and non-property holding Negro be allowed to vote?
XXXVII. Important lessons from the awful tragedy
XXXVIII. How to help the Negro to help himself