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1 He began his own abolitionist newspaper, The North Star.
2 It does not support the abolitionist argument.
3 The abolitionist appeal in parliament revealed subtle differences.
4 The abolitionist stand does provide a warning beacon against which penal policies, such as prison building programmes, might be assessed.
5 The internal slave-trade, though much used in abolitionist arguments, seems to have played no major role.
6 Lincoln was not an abolitionist, advocating instead that slavery be allowed no further advances.
7 With the premature end of apprenticeship came abolitionist anticipation of a new era of orderly progress in liberty.
8 Enough to answer one more preacher, one more abolitionist and a town full of disgust.
9 Tom was not an Abolitionist.
10 American abolitionist Harriet Tubman escapes from slavery.
11 He was a pure abolitionist.
12 Frederick Douglass, famous abolitionist and escaped American slave, and a writer whom I will always love, used his words to convert our country, first his prison, into his home.
13 Backlash against the law helped fuel the abolitionist movement and increased participation on the Underground Railroad.
14 The great abolitionist and orator Frederick Douglass once told us, "If there is no struggle, there is no progress."
15 A militant abolitionist movement, predicated on the sinfulness of slaveholding, emerged in the 1830s.
16 Pierre Toussaint, the 19th-century Haitian abolitionist, former slave and devout Catholic — who, like Cooke, has been championed by the Archdiocese of New York — has been in line since 1943.
17 Born in Maine, there is a strong abolitionist childhood thinking that everyone is equal before God.
18 As long as most people are happy to have the monarchy, the abolitionist position is an arrogant fantasy.
19 In 1835, southern legislatures asked northern states to pass legislation suppressing abolitionist publications.
20 But the political price was always judged too high by ministers, despite the logic of the abolitionist cause.
21 Why is the fugitive slave, the fiery orator, the political activist, the abolitionist always represented as a black man?
22 But since you mentioned it,[www.Sentencedict.com] what I would really like to be is an abolitionist.
23 These developments were comparable to the temperance, nativist, and abolitionist movements of the 1830s and early 1840s.
24 Hers was the record of, at best, a foot soldier in the feminist and abolitionist struggles of her day.
25 Where Dickinson withdrew into the self, Higginson, a passionate abolitionist, tried to realise his ideals, but both were paradoxical individuals.
26 That pleased the North. But he also had used a legal move to block the Abolitionist Movement from bringing anti-slavery petitions before Congress.
27 After escaping slavery, Truth embraced evangelical religion and became involved in moral reform and abolitionist work.
28 Frederick Douglass (1817-1895), who escaped from slavery, became an author and publisher and was internationally known for his instrumental role in the abolitionist movement.
29 Accompanied by motorcade, a vintage 1957 bus drove Parks across the Frederick Douglass Memorial Bridge, named for the famed slavery abolitionist leader, to the U.S. Capitol.
30 where people are learning about the African-American leader Frederick Douglass, who was born a slave in 1818, but escaped to become a leading abolitionist.
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