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  • Slavery
    We could probably identify more than two types of abolition. The reason for this is that there were many different ideas about how to bring abolition about and what to do with the slaves who had...

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  • History
    The abolition movement promoted the idea that freedom was universal; that it applied to African Americans just as much as it applied to white people. It also helped to bring about the idea that...

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  • History
    Women’s participation in the abolitionist movement allowed them to raise issues of their own natural rights largely because it turned them into activists. It gave them the idea that they could...

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  • Abolition
    The nineteenth-century abolition movement used a number of different methods, ranging from petitions to Congress to outlaw slavery in Washington D.C. to attempts by John Brown to foment a slave...

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  • Abolition
    To create a thesis statement you need to take a stance, in other words to create an answer to the question and then support the answer with facts. You can take two possible stances with respect to...

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  • Abolition
    The link between the abolitionist movement and the women’s rights movement is that the one led to the other. That is, many of the leaders of the women’s rights movement had been active in the...

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  • Abolition
    Some abolitionists were motivated to their cause by personal experience of slavery. These were, of course, the black abolitionists. The most famous of these was Frederick Douglass. However, most...

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  • Abolition
    The most important overlap between the abolitionist and feminist movements is that they were both seeking equality for a social group that had been explicitly discriminated against in the past....

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  • Abolition
    The abolition movement in the American colonies and the United States was mainly limited to religious dissenters, especially Quakers, until the late eighteenth century. At that point, anti-slavery...

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  • History
    This is a very broad question. You could get a better answer if you asked a more specific question. The abolition movement in the United States was not very strong and not very popular. Most...

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