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America: Middle Class Movements and Protest
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Abolitionism The Abolishment of Slavery was one of the first middle class movements in America The movement to abolish slavery goes back to the 1700’s were in England the
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The Beginning The first American movement to abolish slavery came in 1688 when German and Dutch Mennonite Descents in Germantown, Pennsylvania, which is now Philadelphia, wrote a two page condemnation of slavery and sent it to the Quaker church The Quakers church did not take immediate action, yet they eventually passed the 1688 Germantown Quaker
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Unformatted text preview: Abolitionism: the movement • The American Anti-Slavery Society was founded by William Floyd Garrison that Middle Class Movements • For a social norm boycotting, staging rallies and marching most often in public landmarks and areas, seem to be what many liberal minds believe is the means to make their voices be heard in America • With the constitution being in play to reiterate each and last right that any person that is of American citizen has possession of this was deem legal and very much motivating to the mass public...
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