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American History/19 th  Century 03/10/2007 16:58:00 Garrison’s Revival Movement All large denominations created by the revival did not generally support  abolition. One group suspect of Garrison’s movement towards the revival and ending  abolition is both of the political parties. “Liberty Party” – political party wanting to end slavery. Middle-class  respectable abolitionism. Encourages people to leave churches that endorse slavery. Garrison becomes utopian. Utopias are experimental, trying new ways of doing things, new churches,  economies, etc. Has newspapers, tries to attract followers. Blacks and whites living together on equal terms, successfully. Oberlin and CWRU are first utopian colleges following this model. New freedom in religion, new freedom/experimentation in science,  manufacturing. Spirit of experimentation
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course HIST 4516 taught by Professor Mann during the Fall '07 term at Colorado.

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