Abolition

Abolition - Abolitionism and Abolitionists Lecture Outline...

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Abolitionism and Abolitionists Lecture Outline 1. Early Opposition to Slavery: American Colonization Society Origins Program Impact Black Community and ACS 2. Turning Point: William Lloyd Garrison Differences with ACS Assumptions of Garrison The Moral Imperative Ambiguities Progress of Abolitionism 3. Free Blacks David Walker’s Appeal 4. White Repression Fears Violence 5. Abolitionism Divided 6. Political Antislavery Ascendant
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American Colonization Society 1. Early Opposition: Genteel 2. Founding of the ACS (1817) 3. Program: Gradual Manumission and Compensation 4. Support
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Colonization and the Founding of Liberia
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Turning Point: William Lloyd Garrison “I am in earnest—I will not equivocate—I will not excuse—I will not retreat a single inch—AND I WILL BE HEARD!” January 1, 1831
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1. General Differences with ACS: No Colonization No Gradualism Civil Equality 2. Assumptions
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