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“ [197] where it ought to stop. A common rule is good for common cases; but a man must be a fool, as well as a fanatic, who insists on applying one rule to every case. Logic is one thing, the public weal another. We allow the people of Nevada, Oregon, and California to refuse political rights to Asiatics.”

“Is not that Asiatic Question your next affair?”

“Yes: greater than the last. The Yellow Question is more menacing to republican institutions than the Black.”

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