Black No More - Chapter 8 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 8 Summary

Black-No-More has been in business for two years, and the only blacks who are left are in prisons, asylums, and other institutions. The American South, however, depends on the presence of a black underclass to keep its poor white citizens happy. The racial migration of blacks to whites has also had a severe economic impact on the South. Properties that blacks once rented are having to be repaired and updated to suit white tenants, and schools that whites deemed fit for black children are being upgraded to suit while children. All of this means that taxes are being raised, and Southern politicians feel threatened about losing their seats to Republicans.

One of these politicians, Democratic Georgia Senator Rufus Kretin, visits the Knights of Nordica office in March, 1935, to speak with Matthew about stopping the growing Republican vote. Matthew agrees to stop the vote...

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