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In many schools, studying the founding documents and ideas may be no more important than a vast array of competing goals of education. We need a careful systematic building up of historical, economic, political, literary ideas, knowledge and information, on the Negro question inside the party. The truth of the matter is this: what freedom has not been stolen from us, we have surrendered willingly through our silence and ignorance. How many amendments does the Constitution have? 8.

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Publisher: Forgotten Books (June 29, 2012)


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