Broadside : The Negro and the new social order (Extracts from the Messenger). [1919]

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Title

Broadside : The Negro and the new social order (Extracts from the Messenger). [1919]

Description

The broadside, published by the Men's Anti-Ratification League of Montgomery, Alabama contains excerpts from "The Negro and the New Social Order," published in The Messenger, a magazine founded in 1917 by A. Phillip Randolph and Chandler Owen as the "only radical Negro magazine in America."

Extracts pulled include those for universal suffrage, social equality, and intermarriage. The League encourages voters to reject the Susan B. Anthony amendment in the name of states' rights. The League was a state affiliate of the National Association Opposed to Woman Suffrage.

Date

[1919]

Subject

African Americans--Civil rights
African Americans--Politics and government
African Americans--Social conditions
Anti-suffrage
Civil rights--United States
Constitutional amendments
Equality
Intermarriage
Men's Anti-Ratification League of Montgomery, Alabama
Messenger
National Association Opposed to Woman Suffrage
Race discrimination--United States
Randolph, A. Philip--(Asa Philip),--1889-1979
States' rights (American politics)
Women--Suffrage--Alabama

Creator

The Men's Anti-Ratification League of Montgomery, Alabama

Publisher

Montgomery, Ala. : Men's Anti-Ratification League of Montgomery, Alabama

Format

1 p.

Language

English

Identifier

DOCU.1919.01

Coverage

Alabama

Original Format

Broadsides (notices)

Physical Dimensions

21.5 x 28 cm.

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