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Foreword by James P Shenton
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abolish slavery abolition of slavery abolitionism abolitionist movement abolitionists believed action agitation Amendment American Anti-Slavery Society anti anti-abolitionist antislavery sentiment attack attempt Birney black abolitionists black slaves Boston boycott Charles Christian churches civil coercion colonization colored Congress consciences Constitution convert convince crusade Democrats discrimination economic effect Elizur Wright emancipation equality evangelism example fear force Frederick Douglass free black Free Soil party freedmen freedom Fugitive Slave Law Garrisonians Gerrit Smith Grimke historians idea ideology immediatism James large numbers Lewis Tappan Liberator Liberty party Lincoln Massachusetts ment Methodist militant ministers moral suasion moral-suasion moved Negro nonresistant nonviolence North Northern organized petition political abolitionists prejudice proslavery Quakers racial racist radical reform religious Republican party revivalism Samuel schools segregated significant slave power slaveholders slavery question social South Southern suffrage territories Theodore Dwight Weld thought tion tionists Union violence Virginia vote Wendell Phillips Whigs white abolitionists William Lloyd Garrison wrote York