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An Appeal in Favor of That Class of Americans Called AfricansUser Review - Book Verdict
Published in 1833 and 1808, respectively, these volumes were among the earliest examples of abolitionist literature. Child presents a full-scale analysis of slavery in historical, political, economic, legal, and racial terms. Gregoire argues against the assumption of black inferiority and for universal liberty.
Review: An Appeal in Favor of That Class of Americans Called AfricansUser Review - Naomi King - Goodreads
Child's abolitionist arguments still ring resoundingly for freedom, human rights, and equality. On this reading (number three or four), the most compelling part of the text are the biographies and the ... Read full review