Two Friends of Man: The Story of William Lloyd Garrison and Wendell Phillips and Their Relationship with Abraham Lincoln

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Two Friends of Man
The Story of WILLIAM LLOYD GARRISON and WENDELL PHILLIPS and Their Relationship with ABRAHAM LINCOLN

by RALPH KORNGOLD

Little, Brown and Company ̣ Boston

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  • Title Page v
  • Contents xi
  • Part One - Garrison 1
  • Chapter 1 - Boyhood 3
  • Chapter II - Youthful Editor 16
  • Chapter III - The Forerunner 23
  • Chapter IV - The Liberator and Its Editor 42
  • Chapter V - The Anti-Slavery Society 65
  • Chapter VI - Reign of Terror 82
  • Part Two - Brothers-In-Arms 105
  • Chapter 1 - The Patrician 107
  • Chapter II - The Schism 134
  • Chapter III - The World's Anti-Slavery Convention 150
  • Chapter IV - "No Union with Slaveholders!" 158
  • Chapter V - Essex Street 169
  • Chapter VI - The Orator 177
  • Chapter VII - "The Prince of New England Infidelity" 187
  • Chapter VIII - Family Portrait 193
  • Part Three - The Crisis 201
  • Chapter I - The Compromise 203
  • Chapter II - Gathering Storm 224
  • Chapter III - The "Irrepressible Conflict" 240
  • Chapter IV - Secession 257
  • Part Four War and Reconstruction 281
  • Chapter I - Emancipation 283
  • Chapter II - Lincoln and Reconstruction 313
  • Chapter III - Johnson and Reconstruction 336
  • Part Five - Separate Ways 355
  • Chapter 1 - "We Sheathe No Sword!" 357
  • Chapter II - Twilight 380
  • Appendix 399
  • Selected Bibliography 401
  • Index 411
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