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If you really want an abolitionist future, you need to work for an abolitionist future.
The museum there is open, and we stared for a long time at photographs of the abolitionist with his wild eyes.
The righteous outrage of abolitionists who tried to end slavery in the mid-1800s was justified even if they would not have been so outraged in different circumstances – say, where the country had not been on the brink of civil war.
The failure of Mr. Clay is, therefore, more probably to be ascribed to Abolitionist fanaticism than to his own blundering.
THE MIDDLE PERIOD 1817-1858JOHN WILLIAM BURGESS
I will give him political equality, but not social equality, says the abolitionist.
He has long been at heart an abolitionist of the deepest dye, and of late his fanaticism has shown itself in public.
One of the arguments, by the way, which was used against him in the canvass was that he was an abolitionist.
GOUVERNEUR MORRISTHEODORE ROOSEVELT
Once, at the very beginning of his career as an abolitionist, he spoke with an old Quaker.
THE BATTLE OF PRINCIPLESNEWELL DWIGHT HILLIS
Many people all through that part of the country looked upon an Abolitionist as a man who delighted in stirring up ill feeling.
HISTORIC ADVENTURESRUPERT S. HOLLAND
I did not then understand what was an Abolitionist, and said I would rather not stay.