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1. It became the voice of militant abolitionism.
2. Decades elapsed between successful abolitionism and New Deal reforms.
3. Professor Blight then describesthemovement towards radical abolitionism, stopping brieflyoncolonization and gradualism before introducing the character and ideology of William Lloyd Garrison.
4. Abolitionism grew, southern secession spurred it, and in January 1865 Congress passed the Thirteenth Amendment banning slavery.
5. His support for abolitionism late in life created controversy, and at times he was subject to abuse from crowds while speaking on the topic, however this was not always the case.
6. "All too often, " he continues, "the moral calculus perfected in the Civil War has been applied to other wars, often in cases involving nothing as noble as abolitionism.
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7. He lives 1990s, the United States implemented the southern states of slavery, he was a farmer, born abolitionism.
8. To spread the truth of these visionary teachings, she sojourned alone, lecturing, singing gospel songs, and preaching abolitionism through many states over three decades.
9. This paper intends to systematically explore the theme in her works-aspiration for freedom from three aspects: feminism, abolitionism, and libertinism.
10. An evangelist, abolitionist, and feminist, Sojourner Truth (c. 1797-1883) is remembered for her unschooled but remarkable voice raised in support of abolitionism, the freedmen, and women's rights.
11. As editor and part owner (1829 - 1878) of the New York Evening Post he advocated reforms ranging from abolitionism to free trade.
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