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The Negro Smith Scores Populist Johnson.
[Raleigh?]: [s.n.], [1900?].

SMITH WANTS FAIR DIVISION OF PIE!
DEBATE IN THE LEGISLATURE ON THE ELECTION LAW.
Isaac Smith, Republican Leader, to C. H. Johnson, Populist Leader—"That's the way you Populists have done my race. We have elected them to good fat offices; we've made them Governor, and now you turn and tell us we ought never to have been allowed to vote, anyhow."

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Subjects:
  • Smith, Isaac, 1852?-1915.
  • Johnson, C. H.
  • Populist Party (N.C.)
  • Democratic Party (N.C.)
  • African Americans--Suffrage--North Carolina.
  • Political cartoons.
  • Suffrage--North Carolina.
  • North Carolina--Politics and government--1865-1950.