Antislavery: The Crusade for Freedom in America

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CONTENTS
1 PERPETUAL SERVITUDE3
2 FOUNDATIONS OF FREEDOM16
3 IMPACT OF THE REVOLUTION26
4 SLAVERY AND THE CONSTITUTION36
5 GRADUAL EMANCIPATION46
6 NATIONAL POLICY53
7 SLAVERY AND POLITICAL POWER63
8 FOREIGN SLAVE TRADE76
9 MIGRATIONS TO THE FREE STATES87
10 THE OLD NORTHWEST96
11 THE MISSOURI CONTEST102
12 INSURRECTIONS109
13 FREE NEGROES119
14 COLONIZATION126
15 VOICES FROM THE WEST133
16 PULPIT AND COURTROOM: AN ANTHOLOGY142
17 IMPULSES FOR pgnumORM151
18 LANE SEMINARY158
19 WILLIAM LLOYD GARRISON166
20 THE AMERICAN ANTI-SLAVERY SOCIETY175
21 THEODORE WELD: THE AGENCY SYSTEM183
22 ANGELINA GRIMKÉ: WOMEN'S RIGHTS190
23 JAMES GILLESPIE BIRNEY197
24 CIVIL RIGHTS204
25 THE PRUDENCE CRANDALL CASE211
26 LYNCH LAW218
27 THE HIGHER LAW228
28 THE CAPITAL OF THE NATION234
29 PETITIONS242
30 AMERICAN SLAVERY AS IT IS249
31 BIRNEY AND THOME257
32 GENERAL LITERATURE264
33 WOMEN IN THE MOVEMENT275
34 AMERICAN AND FOREIGN ANTI-SLAVERY SOCIETY282
35 THE LIBERTY PARTY290
36 THE LIBERTY PARTY (CONTINUED)298
37 FUGITIVE SLAVES AND THE PEOPLE305
38 FUGITIVE SLAVES AND THE LAW315
39 NEGRO LEADERS326
40 HERE THE SLAVE FOUND FREEDOM335
41 THE CHURCHES343
42 LABOR350
43 FREE SOIL357
44 THE ROAD TO FREEDOM364
NOTES373
INDEX414

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