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  Lincoln/Net: Project Overview
Abolitionism grew in the 1830s as local and state voluntary associations formed and affiliated themselves with the national movement.
Their original plan was to speak only to women who had eagerly embraced abolitionism as a peculiarly female duty.
As one woman explained, abolitionism was "the cause of God." Many evangelical Christians, though certainly not a majority of them, agreed and saw their decision for abolitionism as a kind of conversion.
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  The Abolitionist Society
Presently, subversive and redundant sentient suffering is justified by ideological barriers.
Abolitionism calls for us to start thinking from a global societal design perspective.
Abolitionism is the alternative to the ever-increasing peripheralism / materialism taking the place of philosophical assumptions.
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  Abolitionism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Abolitionism was a political movement that sought to abolish the practice of slavery and the worldwide slave trade.
Abolitionism had a strong religious base including Quakers, and (among Yankees) people converted by the revivalistic fervor of the Second Great Awakening in the North in the 1830s.
Abolitionism as a principle was far more than just the wish to limit the extent of slavery.
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 The Transformation of American Abolitionism: Fighting Slavery in the Early Republic, by Richard S. Newman. Introduction.   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The second caveat is that although the transformation of abolitionism is considered here largely from the perspective of Pennsylvania and Massachusetts activists, it would be an oversimplification to reduce the antislavery movement to these two states.
The transformation of abolitionism is best told in the tale of two organizations: the Pennsylvania Abolition Society and the Massachusetts Antislavery Society (which became the model for the American Antislavery Society).
Abolitionism mirrored many of these changes in politics, economy, religion, and culture, with reformers themselves contributing to America's dynamic political and social character between the 1790s and 1830s.
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 Literary Encyclopedia: Abolitionism (British)
“Abolitionism” generally refers to the political and cultural movement directed against the British Atlantic trade in slaves.
Most of the slaves went to the sugar colonies, which were believed to account for a substantial portion of Britain’s commercial prosperity.
Abolitionism, however, was never simply a British phenomenon; antislavery campaigners were also active in North America, France, Spain and elsewhere, and it was Denmark which first abolished the import of slaves from Africa to their islands in 1792.
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 black abolitionism - Books, journals, articles @ The Questia Online Library
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The Rise of Aggressive Abolitionism portrays key figures and groups within the abolition movement...abolitionists, nonviolence versus militancy, white versus fl--should, in some cases, be challenged.
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 Abolitionism Summary
United States 1863-1865 By early 1861, just before the beginning of the American Civil War (sometimes also called the War Between the States and the War for Southern Independence), serious economic and ideological differences divided the citizens of the...
Abolitionism was a political movement that sought to abolish the practice of slavery and the worldwide slave trade.
It began during the period of the Enlightenment and grew to large proportions in several nations during the 19th century, largely succeedi...
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 Abolitionism
What Abolitionism Has Cost UsClement Laird Vallandigham This is what Abolitionism has cost us already - an unnecessary and injurious civil war; a united South; a divided North and West; a diminished Federal army; an increased Confederate army...
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Memorabilia related to Abolitionism is at auction on eBay.
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 u s abolitionism - Books, journals, articles @ The Questia Online Library
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One declared Cleburnes proposal "hideous and objectionable," nothing less than "the serpent of abolitionism." Others called it "monstrous" and "revolting," and Gen. Joseph B. Johnston, the new commander of the Army of Tennessee...
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 abolitionism - OneLook Dictionary Search
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