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To mask the real fear of loss to Black competitors in sports and elsewhere, the white population fabricated a number of myths about Black people, claiming Blacks suffered from low intelligence, criminal tendencies, and inferior physicality. Nearly all have flat feet, accompanied with a down-tread, differing very widely from the elasticity of action in the foot and ankle, attendant upon perfect formation. Instead, a bill was passed to prevent abuse of police power in regards to prostitution, but it failed to explicitly prohibit the keeping of a house of prostitution, therefore brothels and prostitutes could no longer be licensed but they were not illegal (The Social Evil Ordinance).

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