Did you maybe mean miscegenation?
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“I do not consider anti-miscegination sentiment to be racist per se.”
“White supremacists fear “miscegination” precisely because its not African-Americans but whites that would dissappear.”
“Those same eugenicists without Darwin would have resorted to relgious justifications against miscegination, as their more religious racist contemporaries still did.”
“There was a time when a majority opposed miscegination, too.”
“Alas, a blog » Blog Archive » Where would they have stood on miscegination?”
“One also wonders if the “read the research” crowd would have been making anti-miscegination arguments if they knew that some research shows that children of interracial marriages have poorer outcomes then kids from same-race marriages?”
“Hepworth Dixon did from what he saw of the waiters at a Richmond hotel, - it is easy enough for such travellers to write a lot of nonsense about the intelligence of the coloured man, the mixture of races, miscegination, &c.”
“Thus there is no hope for racial peace once segregation and the laws involving miscegination were unlawfully and under pretext done away with.”
“Balance that against the fact that the newspaper reports of speeches favoring ratification by men such as Trumbull claimed only that the amendment would constitutionalize the civil rts act of 66. also balance it against the fact that critics of the 14th am came up with all sorts of charges regarding the amendment, ie that it would extend the rt to vote to blacks or promote miscegination. yet they did not argue that it would extend the bill of rts to thests.”
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