The Negro as a Voter: Dangers Which Threaten the White People of Maryland From Continued Negro Suffrage Cause and Effect (Classic Reprint)

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The many examples of negro barbarity given in these pages form a chronicle of our times which carries with it the single lesson that the negro must be abandoned politically by the white man and kept from sharing with him the priceless heritage of the elective franchise.

The record is restricted to events occurring within the past year, or year and a half at most. The crimes against decency, good order, good government, in fact against organized society generally, are so numerous that it would require far greater space to present them than is contemplated in the space at command for this compilation. But such instances as are collated show how very much the negro voting power tends to disturb the regular order of things in an otherwise well - regulated commonwealth. Here, as in other States south of the Mason and Dixon line, masses of brutal negroes, empowered to vote and herded at the polls in opposition generally to the best local interests of white men, have become intolerable, and relief can be effected only by the restriction of the suffrage.

All who read this record must realize that here in Maryland the progress of the State is clogged by negroes; that the crimes committed by them are among the most offensive to every sense of decency and most dangerous to society; that the machinery of justice is scarcely capable of keeping the dockets of the courts clear, and that the penitentiary and other prisons of the State are hardly large enough to hold all the negroes who deserve to be behind the bars.

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