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This issue details the Mason-Dixon line and the question of segregation, black-white relations, and social roles. The author argues that segregation is just, arguing: "Although he [the "black man" in general] may never aspire to social or political equality he may yet gain and retain the respect of the southern people." Additional topics discussed within include a report on football games, and discussion of Greek parties.
The College of Wooster
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Football, Mason-Dixon Line, Parties, Racialized Language, Black-White Relations, Segregation, Social Roles
Editors, Wooster Voice, "Wooster voice. (Wooster, Ohio), 1909-11-03" (1909). The Voice: 1901-1910. 203.