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Guided Readings: Antislavery


The Rise of Antislavery Thoughts

Was the Revolution a missed opportunity to end slavery?

The Impact of the Revolution on Slavery

The Decline of Antislavery Sentiment in the South


A Dead-end on Slavery

Immediate Abolition

Anti-Abolitionist Violence

Who were the abolitionists?

Division in the Antislavery Movement

Black Abolitionists

The Underground Railroad

The Abolitionists and Violence


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