Summarize Chapter Three of "The Souls of Black Folk."

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Dubois begins by praising the achievements of Booker T Washington, yet then notes he was not a perfect man, one criticism of him being that he counseled “submission,” and this “overlooked certain elements of true manhood.” After noting other forms of criticism, including envy, Dubois states that “it is no ordinary tribute to this man's tact and power that, steering as he must between so many diverse...

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