The Negro Problem.
Such in faint outline are the conditions that surround the
Negro Problem. It seems to us that to barely state them
ought to be sufficient to expose the fatuous impolicy, not
to say Avickedness, of any further attempt upon the part of the
federal government to modify them by coercive legislation.
Upon some other occasion, we propose to consider the remedies
that they call for.
W Cabell Bruce.