to such an extent that other leaders had not reached because of his personality. He had quitedistinct traits such as being strict, fearless and strong-willed. 4.The slavery development has been a witness from slavery in the early republic to chattelslavery being observed in the early days. The colony's settlers had acquired slaves as early as1750 despite the move that had been taken by Georgia to outlaw slavery. The demand forslaves rose up during the 1760s and 1770s which even saw Georgia opposed the firstcontinental congress that was advocating for the prohibition of slave imports. In the mid-1790s Georgia happened to be the only state that was still importing the slaves. This kind ofslave trade continued up to 1808 where South Carolina reopened the African slave trade. Chattel slavery was a form of traditional slavery where persons were considered as personalproperties of the owners. Furthermore, these slaves could be bought and sold just like anyother type of commodities. The children that these slaves gave birth to assumed the slavestatus on birth. We see changes in the evolution of slavery because at some points some ofthe states feared that there could be slave revolts and that is why you find such states couldstop importing slaves at some point and later embark again after a while. The American anti-slavery attitude between 1830 and 1850 was as follows. An intense debateon abolishing slavery was launched by the Virginia legislature. The Liberator, the anti-slaverynewspaper was formed in 1831 by William Lloyd Garrison. There was a formation of socialcampaigns that advocated that slavery is illegal under natural law. Furthermore, there was theformation of female antislavery societies that were organized in Philadelphia and Boston.Antislavery petitions were also filed before the courts of law. The movement evolves fromone characterized by radical reformers with little support to one supported by most
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northerners because it obtained the support from the blacks as well as the Americans thatwere anti-slavery. Moreover, the number increased because many people came to realize thatslavery was not good at all. The changes in philosophy and action necessary for theantislavery forces to accomplish this include the need for them to persist on their move. Thiswill make the colonizers give up the slave trade. Moreover, they were to boycott in everyactivity that subjected them to forced labor. For instance, the farm plantations and theindustries which formed the main areas in which they work. By boycotting the colonizerscould understand that a revolt was coming up and hence it could influence them to desistfromforcingthemtoworkingintheseareas.
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