abolitionism

[ ab-uh-lish-uh-niz-uh m ]SEE DEFINITION OF abolitionism
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By Jove, if Abolitionism can make your grandma run, I'll forgive it a lot!

"Call it Abolitionism, or what you will," replied his Senior.

But then, perhaps, this offspring of abolitionism is no man-child at all.

I doubt not this is the kind of liberty at which some of the champions of Abolitionism, viz.

There is a worse evil than abolitionism, and that is the suppression of it by lawless force.

Such is the danger from abolitionism to the slaveholding States.

But this is just what abolitionism has done in regard to slaveholding.

At the beginning, too, I suppose that his taking up Abolitionism made him enemies.

At all points we see, therefore, that Abolitionism has to do with religion, and religion with it.

It had been said that abolitionism was "quackery," only four years old.

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