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A biography of the controversial abolitionist who founded the antislavery newspaper, The Liberator, thirty years before the Civil War.
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With his passionate activism and courageous leadership, white abolitionist Garrison changed history, and this gripping biographies in the Civil Rights Leaders series will hook readers with discussions of the larger political issues as well as the subjects personal struggles. This biography addresses the bitter conflicts within the abolitionist movement over such issues as tactics, the role of women, religion, and the meaning of the Constitution, as well as the use of violence and the revolts of Nat Turner and John Brown. Profiling the most famous abolitionist in the country, The Liberator relates how Garrison published a newspaper that had great influence even as it made him an outcast among the white establishment. The design of the series is readable, with spacious type and many kinds of illustrations, including color and sepia photos, paintings, and reproductions of famous documents. Young researchers will also find extensive back matter with a detailed time line, chapter notes, and a bibliography of books and websites. --Hazel Rochman
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Book Description Morgan Reynolds Pub, 2010. Library Binding. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111599351374
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