This work, the result of many years of patient study and investigation of the normal order of American society, was published about the time of .M r. Lincohi selection; but the war that fo Dowed that great calamity prevented any serious efforts being made to give it a general circulation. It is a plain, simple, and truthftil exposition of the natural order and social adaptation of the white and negro races, as they existed in the Southern States, and indeed in all the States, save one, when the Union was formed. It shows just what the census returns show, that negroes having multiplied from a half to four millions in less than a century, were of necessity in their normal condition in the South; and it also shows, what the census returns show, that in freedom they died out, and therefore, of necessity were in an abnormal condition in theN
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