Tuner HIS113 - I think when you look at John W. Cromwell's...

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I think when you look at John W. Cromwell's statement that the Turner Insurrection, considered in its relationship to slavery, "was a moral success” there are many different interpretations. In one aspect it was a moral success that it brought the underlying guilt of slavery to the forefront and forced people to look at this practice as an immoral activity. As with most instance of rebellion or resistance against authority, violence prevails. Nat had the vision that he needed to fight for the rights of the slaves they needed to rise up and slay the enemies, as the Jews did to the Egyptians in the time of
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This note was uploaded on 10/16/2011 for the course HISTORY 113 taught by Professor ?? during the Spring '10 term at Thomas Edison State.

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