Included here is Chapter 20, "The Negro and the World War." The chapter begins by describing African American support for the war effort, but then turns to a discussion of democracy, equality, and civil rights: "Before the war, two expressions were...
In the message Wells asks the governor to forbid the "invasion of one county by forces flying squadrons...from another county." He is referring to groups of strikers who traveled to Southern mills promoting union involvement.
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