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Quarterly Survey
			
                     QUARTERLY SURVEY 

    In this department, we shall set forth, in this and succeeding issues,
the leading events of National or world-wide importance which have spe-
cial significance or interest for the colored race. We shall do this, not
only without fear or favor, but also without regard to what may be our
personal opinions or predilections. We shall select the information from
the most authoritative sources accessible to us. THE REVIEW was not
designed to be, and does not now aim to be, a newspaper. It is a journal
of opinion and a vehicle for the expression of the best fruits of Negro
scholarship and achievement. But we shall endeavor to keep in touch
with the spirit of the times in which we live, by giving our readers a
quarterly survey of those events which are worth recording and pre-
serving as matters not only of present information, but in time, valuable
for reference.--EDITOR.

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          COLONEL ROOSEVELT, THE NATIONAL PROGRES-
                SIVE PARTY AND THE NEGRO.

          THE  action of Col. Roosevelt excluding  Negro
          delegates from the South from the conven-
          tion of the National Progressive Party, and
          seeking to justify that action on the ground
          that it was done for the best interest of the
          colored man  himself, has provoked  such  a
storm of protest from white men who are friends of freedom
and justice, and such a united protest from the Negro journals
of the country, as to hearten the most pessimistic and dis-
couraged.
     Early in August, Mr. Roosevelt wrote a long letter to
Mr. Julian Harris, (Son of Uncle Remus) which he concludes
as follows: "Our only wise course from the standpoint of the
colored man himself, is to follow the course that we are fol-
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African Methodist Episcopal Church Review, Vol. 29, Num. 2

Quarterly Survey

Volume:  29
Issue Number:  02
Page Number:  154
Date:  10/1912


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