Which excerpt from "What the Black Man Wants" best summarizes the speech?

Which excerpt from “What the Black Man Wants” best summarizes the speech?

a. I do not know, from what has been said, that there is any difference of opinion as to the duty of abolitionists, at the present moment.

b. How can we get up any difference at this point, or at any point, where we are so united, so agreed?

c. I am for the “immediate, unconditional, and universal” enfranchisement of the black man, in every State in the Union.

d. Shall we at this moment justify the deprivation of the Negro of the right to vote, because some one else is deprived of that privilege?