Unit 4 abolitionist theory

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You have read the words of and studied about several abolitionists in Unit 4 (especially in Topic 13). Whose arguments do you feel would be more receptive by northerners? southerners? Why? Conversely, whose arguments do you feel would be least receptive by northerners? Why?

Remember that you should provide a clear thesis to your answer and include specific historical details in support of your argument. Don't forget about documentary evidence!

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nkostas
School: Rice University

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Abolitionism

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Abolitionism
Abolitionism is a formal or informal movement founded to end slavery. The people
who started abolitionism are referred to as abolitionists. They were called so because they
wanted to abolish slavery. Different ideas were brought forth about how to do with some
advocating creation of multiracial society, others advocated for blacks to be sent back to
Africa or Caribbean while others were for violence. Their arguments were received
differently by the northerners and the southerners. In our case, we feel that the northerners
will be more receptive to most of these arguments than the southerners.1
There were several abolitionists’ movements that come up to address the issue of
slavery. One of the earliest movements was “the Society for the Colonization of Free People
of Colour of America”. This movement was formed in 1816 with an aim of displacing
Africans Americas out the country and returning them to Africa. Member...

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