Item #1466 The Negro Question: Attitude of the Progressive Party Toward the Colored Race. Theodore Roosevelt.
The Negro Question: Attitude of the Progressive Party Toward the Colored Race
The Negro Question: Attitude of the Progressive Party Toward the Colored Race
The Negro Question: Attitude of the Progressive Party Toward the Colored Race
Theodore Roosevelt Addresses Race as Bull Moose Candidate in 1912

The Negro Question: Attitude of the Progressive Party Toward the Colored Race

[New York]: [Mail and Express Job Print], [1912]. Stapled pamphlet. Octavo. 16 pages. Printed self-wraps bound with a single staple along spine. There is a slight dampstain at head of spine, visible more or less throughout the pamphlet. Otherwise fine.

Campaign piece from Theodore Roosevelt's unsuccessful bid for reelection to the Presidency in 1912. Here he confronts racial issues as nominee of the Progressive or "Bull Moose" party. Roosevelt founded the party after losing the Republican nomination earlier in the year.

This piece contains Roosevelt's statement at the National Progressive Convention, August 6, 1912, at the Coliseum in Chicago, his letter to Julian Harris of Atlanta (son of "Uncle Remus" author, Joel Chandler Harris) and his editorial on the Progressive National Convention at Chicago.

Ref. WHEELOCK p. 15.


Item #1466

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