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The White Man's Burden: Historical Origins of Racism in the United States
In 1806 the Virginia Assembly passed a bill requiring that any slave freed in Virginia had to leave the state within one year or face re-enslavement. At the time, Ohio prohibited the entry of black people, and soon Kentucky, Maryland, and Delaware also passed laws forbidding blacks to take up permanent residence.
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