Thesaurus / abolitionism

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The religious character of Abolitionism, as here confessed, will be considered in a subsequent place.

Abolition a SeditionGeo. W. Donohue

But now the opposers of abolitionism, and especially the clergy, began to be alarmed.

The Grimk SistersCatherine H. Birney

His abolitionism was secondary to his main mission, his main enthusiasm.

Emerson and Other EssaysJohn Jay Chapman

He deprived it of all vitality by depriving its separate explosions, Abolitionism excepted, of all serious attention.

The Promise Of American LifeHerbert David Croly

By Jove, if Abolitionism can make your grandma run, I'll forgive it a lot!

Pirate GoldFrederic Jesup Stimson

The leaven of abolitionism had to work many years before it could produce results in politics.

Union and DemocracyAllen Johnson

But then they had some reason to suspect, perhaps, that liberty may be one thing, and abolitionism quite another.

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

"I talked Abolitionism to him all the time we were together," said Mrs. Phillips, as she afterwards related the affair.

The AbolitionistsJohn F. Hume

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

The CopperheadHarold Frederic
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