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This article talks about how “Negro men” are called into this war without having any education. The argument states that some of them do not know how to read or write or how some even believe that the war is occurring a few miles from Atlanta. It also talk about how they were repressed and exploited and then called upon to help fight for the country. The only keyword that truly stick out in this section is “war”. This is to be expected as the section was dedicated to explaining the challenges that some men face in the war. This word is employed to signify what is occurring at the time. The topic of the argument is similar to that in The New Freewoman because they are telling a story of how they see this group of military men who were repressed and then called upon in a time of need. It connects to the magazine in a way to tell stories of oppression and repression.