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Three members of the Ku Klux Klan stand next to an automobile during a parade in Virginia, 1922. The parade went through counties in Northern Virginia, not far from the District of Columbia.

This article seems advanced in its psychological analysis that the African American man of the time was influenced by the racial inferiority that society exhibits. This inferiority produces an "odd color psychology" where the black man believes that…
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