Robert B. Elliott speech on Civil Rights Act of 1875
Section of lithograph entitled, "The shackle broken - by the genius of freedom," by E. Sachse & Co..1874. South Carolina representative Robert B. Elliott delivers a speech in favor of the Civil Rights Act on January 6, 1874 (which passed on March 1, 1875). Hanging from the ceiling is a banner with a quotation from his speech: "What you give to one class you must give to all. What you deny to one class. You deny to all."
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