Though T. Washington and W.E.B. DuBois both believed in improving conditions for African-Americans, in what way did their views differ?
They both fought for social equality, but only DuBois fought for economic equality as well.
They both fought for social equality, but only Washington fought for economic equality as well.
Du Bois fought only for social equality, while Washington fought only for economic equality.
DuBois focused on achieving political equality in the South, while Washington focused on political eqaulity in the NOrth.
DuBois felt African-Americans shoudl focus only on vocational training, while Washington called for liberal arts education.