By C. Stephen Badgley,Theodore D. Weld
The first hand, eyewitness money owed during this booklet either surprised and infuriated many of us within the northern loose states who knew that slavery was once bad...but had no suggestion simply how undesirable it quite used to be. The Abolitionist flow took off and commenced to develop with elevated strain being wear our executive to finish this abomination. The southern slave states bitterly hostile any new legislation to take away this blight from our state and the result was once Civil struggle.
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