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1. Such a different environment for antislavery work gave different meanings to bodies which claimed national antislavery status.
2. By 1831 the attempt to portray antislavery in parliament as an exercise in abstract moralism was absent.
3. Antislavery history thus entailed building a monument to the sect.
4. Antislavery advocates regarded the petition strategy as a means of adding civil libertarians to their forces, and they succeeded.
5. It was thus necessary to reanimate local antislavery societies, renew the propaganda war, and once more undertake large-scale petitioning.
6. Religious feminism and antislavery issues began to fuse when significant numbers of women in each cause blended them.
7. There was also a belief in the antislavery movement that images were a particularly striking form of propaganda.
8. In the phases of large-scale antislavery mobilisation within Britain these two purposes were pursued simultaneously, though sometimes using different printed materials.
9. Civil liberties were also denied antislavery spokesmen attempting to exercise their freedom of the press.
10. Antislavery, temperance and other favourite evangelical reform endeavours became an everyday part of evangelical activity.
11. Although a few prominent antislavery spokesmen were arrested, they were subsequently acquitted on a technicality.
12. Leaving aside antislavery as a convenience for particular interests, an obvious question occurs.
13. In the 1830s this provoked significant tension between antislavery parliamentarians and activists in the country.
14. Antislavery medals, work bags, albums and china also circulated, sometimes no doubt bearing images of the heroes.
15. Although Uncle Tom's Cabin is an antislavery novel, it is very different from ordinary slave stories that focus on the life and struggle of black slaves.
16. Denied admission as a state by antislavery forces in the U. S. Congress, the leaders of Texas formed an independent republic that lasted until 1845.
17. He was an antislavery extremist. Many people also considered him a madman.
18. Northern states did not enact legislation prohibiting discussion of slavery, but mob violence often awaited antislavery spokesmen.
19. Traditional leadership of the kind provided by the landed classes had never been significant in antislavery.
20. They did as much if not more for the internal cohesion of antislavery as in impressing the outside world.
21. Suspected abolitionists were tarred, feathered, and run out of town; antislavery literature was burned.
22. The plan of a slave ship issued by Clarkson was also extensively taken up and became an antislavery print.
23. The national government felt no legal obligation to protect antislavery activists and, in truth, reacted indifferently to attacks upon them.
24. In fact the growing demand for immediate emancipation had captured organised antislavery at the national level by the spring of 1831.
25. There is no doubt that they played a major part in maintaining interest in abolition and emancipation through different phases of antislavery.
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26. More remarkably, George Stephen was virtually silent on the later antislavery commonly associated with aspects of radical politics and militant nonconformity.
27. Evidently the attainment of an ordered world consonant with divine laws remained the ideological framework of antislavery.
28. Tyranny, terror, and mob violence were used to coerce antislavery activists.
29. Among social institutions, churches were especially supportive because their emphasis on morality and community was conducive to antislavery activism.
30. The slave narrative is a literary form which comes into being by the development of the antislavery movement in 19th century.
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