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Writing Assignment #1

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The post-Civil War South was a world of contrasting viewpoints and controversial issues. Fresh out of the war, southerners were faced with tasks such as industrializing their area, dealing with the new ideals put forth by the Emancipation Proclamation, and finding a balance in terms of race relations. In the various works of Grady, Washington, Du Bois, and Wells, these issues are all clearly discussed, though all have very different perspectives. Whites such as Grady saw things differently than African Americans like Washington, Du Bois, and Wells, and Du Bois had directly opposing views to Washington about how to proceed with the new lives of African Americans. One thing, however, was ...view middle of the document...

His tone is very peaceable and seems to exhibit a degree of gratefulness to Caucasians for the new status. He urges southerners to “cast down their buckets” and throw themselves into work and development. Washington seems a bit more docile in his tone than Grady, but both seem enthusiastic at the prospect of economic improvement. He says by working together to achieve this progress, both races can grow closer together. Industrial development was a major concept for the South, but in the eyes of Du Bois and Wells, it was not as important as racial equality.
W.E.B. Du Bois takes a completely different approach in his views than Washington or Grady. He is opposed to the sentiments of Washington, saying that his views reflect the “old attitude of adjustment and submission.” His main focus is on promoting the equality of African Americans through three goals: voting rights, equality, and education of their youth. Like Wells, Du Bois has a tone of fervor in his work and perhaps a bit of slight irritation. Both Wells and Du Bois put the idea of civil equality before any other aspiration for African Americans. Du Bois agrees that economic growth is important, but only by equality and further education of black youth can this happen in his perspective.
Similarly, Ida B. Wells advocates equality among races before anything else. Additionally, she is much more passionate for the cause, pointing out the transgressions of whites in the matter of dealing with race relations. She points out several instances of a double standard by which many African Americans have perished, and one of her main issues addressed is lynch law. Her work was perhaps most controversial at the time, shaming the white people of obstinately the South and defending the innocence of blacks. She speaks of many circumstances involving the supposed molestation of white women by black men...

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