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Note: Page numbers in italics refer to illustrations.
AAS. See American Anti-Slavery Society abolitionism
American and British, 18–19
Christian, 17–18
Forten’s influence on, 14–15
self-ownership argument for, 31–34
and women’s rights, 32
See also antislavery-era writings; individual activists
Adams, John Quincy, 29–31
Adarand Constructors, 292, 296
affirmative action
George W. Bush on, 307
Carter on, 255–60
Chavez on, 275
Glazer on, 240–43
King on, 309
and merit/excellence, 257–60
Obama on, 309
Revised Order No. 4 (1971), 232, 238–40
as a shibboleth, 256–57
Walter Williams on, 248–50
Wortham on, 245–48
African Methodist Episcopal Church, 21
Alabama
black voting rights in, 138–41
peonage in, 118
racism in, 7, 9
Alaskan Native Corporations (ANCs), 308
Allen, Richard, 21
American Anti-Slavery Society (AAS), 26–28
American Civil Rights Initiative, 289
American Jewish Committee, 87
American Jewish Congress, 203–6
American Leader, 84
American Mercury, 172
Amistad captives, 6, 28–31
ANCs. See Alaskan Native Corporations
Anderson, Marian, 253
Anderson, Martin: The Federal Bulldozer, 221–25
Ansorge, Martin, 144
Anti-Imperialist League, 94
antilynching legislation, 3
See also Dyer Anti-Lynching Bill
anti-Semitism, 157, 173–74, 310
antislavery-era writings (1776–1853), 13–41
Amistad captives’ defense, 28–31
Channing’s “Man Cannot Own Property in Man or Woman,” 31–34

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