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Antislavery political writings, 1833-1860 : a reader / edited by C. Bradley Thompson.

Contributor(s): Thompson, C. Bradley.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Armonk, N.Y. : M.E. Sharpe, c2004Description: xxviii, 290 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0765604027 (alk. paper); 9780765604026 (alk. paper).Subject(s): Antislavery movements -- United States -- History -- 19th century -- Sources | Slavery -- Political aspects -- United States -- History -- 19th century -- Sources | Abolitionists -- Political activity -- United States -- History -- 19th century -- Sources | United States -- Politics and government -- 1815-1861 -- SourcesDDC classification: 326/.8/0973 Other classification: NW 8295
Contents:
The patriarchal institution ... (1860) / Lydia Maria Child -- "Lecture on slavery, no. 1" (1850) / Frederick Douglass -- Selections from Slavery (1836) / William E. Channing -- "Declaration of sentiments ..." (1833) / American Anti-Slavery Society -- Selections from Lectures on slavery and its remedy (1834) / Amos A. Phelps -- "An address to the abolitionists of Massachusetts ..." (1838) / Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society -- "A letter on the political obligation of abolitionists ..." (1839) / James G. Birney -- "Talk about political party" (1842) / Lydia Maria Child -- "Lecture showing the necessity for a Liberty Party ..." (1844) / Arnold Buffum -- "Address of the Macedon Convention" (1847) / William Goodell -- Slavery and the Constitution (1849) / William I. Bowditch -- "The Constitution of the United States : is it pro-slavery or anti-slavery? (1860) / Frederick Douglass -- "The two altars ; or, two pictures in one" (1851) / Harriet Beecher Stowe -- "Speech on our present anti-slavery duties" (1850) / Charles Sumner -- "Moral responsibility of statesmen" (1854) / Joshua R. Giddings -- "What is my duty as an anti-slavery voter?" and "Fremont and Dayton" (1856) / Frederick Douglass -- "House divided" speech (1858) / Abraham Lincoln -- "Address to the slaves of the United States of America" (1843) / Henry Highland Garnet -- "No compromise with slavery" (1854) / William Lloyd Garrison -- "No rights, no duties : or, slaveholders, as such, have no rights ; slaves, as such, owe no duties" (1860) / Henry C. Wright -- A plan for the abolition of slavery (1858) / Lysander Spooner.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 265-267) and index.

The patriarchal institution ... (1860) / Lydia Maria Child -- "Lecture on slavery, no. 1" (1850) / Frederick Douglass -- Selections from Slavery (1836) / William E. Channing -- "Declaration of sentiments ..." (1833) / American Anti-Slavery Society -- Selections from Lectures on slavery and its remedy (1834) / Amos A. Phelps -- "An address to the abolitionists of Massachusetts ..." (1838) / Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society -- "A letter on the political obligation of abolitionists ..." (1839) / James G. Birney -- "Talk about political party" (1842) / Lydia Maria Child -- "Lecture showing the necessity for a Liberty Party ..." (1844) / Arnold Buffum -- "Address of the Macedon Convention" (1847) / William Goodell -- Slavery and the Constitution (1849) / William I. Bowditch -- "The Constitution of the United States : is it pro-slavery or anti-slavery? (1860) / Frederick Douglass -- "The two altars ; or, two pictures in one" (1851) / Harriet Beecher Stowe -- "Speech on our present anti-slavery duties" (1850) / Charles Sumner -- "Moral responsibility of statesmen" (1854) / Joshua R. Giddings -- "What is my duty as an anti-slavery voter?" and "Fremont and Dayton" (1856) / Frederick Douglass -- "House divided" speech (1858) / Abraham Lincoln -- "Address to the slaves of the United States of America" (1843) / Henry Highland Garnet -- "No compromise with slavery" (1854) / William Lloyd Garrison -- "No rights, no duties : or, slaveholders, as such, have no rights ; slaves, as such, owe no duties" (1860) / Henry C. Wright -- A plan for the abolition of slavery (1858) / Lysander Spooner.

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