SR_DPI_DNE_ArticlesSpeeches_Newbold_Box2_1940-1941_16

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cation, health, economic, de-
velopment, culture, music
the arts, agriculture, in-
deed all that goes to make
life in North Carolina and
America worth while.
Second, on the other
hand, after seven-
ty ^(five) years under constitu-
tional guarantees by
the constitutions of both state
and nation, negroes still
lack some of the most vital
rights and privileges promised
them under those funda-
mental instruments of gov-
ernment.
Some of these lacks are:
serious deficiencies in their
schools and coleges, less than

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