||An atmosphere more liberal, although by no means unbiased : black Boston in the late nineteenth century -- No peace until the suffrage question is settled : black politics in the age of Reconstruction -- Vote, that the work might be finished : black electoral politics and the presidential election of 1872 -- You will find the colored voters on the Butler ship this fall : urban politics and conflicts over African American partisanship -- A recognized and respected part of the body politic : Grover Cleveland and pursuit of patronage -- For Ireland's cause : black and Irish political coalition building -- Let us grow strong by organization and earnest cooperation : anti-lynching and independent politics in an era of mass organizing -- Faithfulness to the race will prove to most of us the graveyard of our hopes and aspirations : the tragedy of black partisanship and search for solidarity.
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