MARKET ABOLITIONIST

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  • . Between 5th & 6th Streets and Walnut & Market Streets, (215) 965-2305, The Johnson House , a Quaker home in Germantown owned by four generations of the abolitionist Johnson family, was once a vital stop on the Underground Railroad.



    NIH Record-7/24/2001--'Abolitionist' Angell Calls for Clinical Trial Reform
  • 'Abolitionist' Angell Calls for Clinical Trial Reform By Rich McManus On the Front Page...
  • . The validity of the human research enterprise must be made less vulnerable to private financial pressures." Noting that her views have resulted in her being labeled an "abolitionist, " Angell said, "I'm guilty as charged.



    The Company They Kept: Migrants and the Politics of Gender in Caribbean Costa Rica, 1870-1960, by Lara Putnam. Chapter 1.
  • . The same moral vision that inspired abolitionists' struggle against slavery dictated particular plans for its replacement.



    Free Hearts and Free Homes: Gender and American Antislavery Politics, by Michael D. Pierson. Introduction.
  • . Historians have labeled the radicals who pressed for the most sweeping social changes the abolitionists while calling the moderates antislavery.
  • . While this study focuses upon the development of gender ideologies within the antislavery group, the abolitionists established the parameters of the debate on most topics.
  • . Abolitionists sought to expand the Revolutionary generation's egalitarian ideal to include African Americans, and they campaigned for an immediate end to slavery because it was sinful and a direct affront to God.
  • . Abolitionists also usually dismissed politics, hoping instead to persuade individuals to voluntarily give up slavery as a means to religious and personal redemption.
  • . Because abolitionists saw the renunciation of slavery as a voluntary personal act to be undertaken for one's own salvation, no financial compensation would be given to slaveholders (though some might be given to former slaves).
  • . The split between abolitionists and antislavery moderates carried over to differences of opinion about gender reform.

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  • . There is on display an abolitionist campaign Wedgewood cameo inscribed with the words "Am I Not a Man and a Brother?".


    No Treason!
  • . Actually I'm a consistent abolitionist.
  • . Gibbons claims to be an abolitionist but defends the expansion of the institution he knows should be abolished.


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  • . In turn, the Underground Railroad emboldened the Abolitionist movement, strengthening the belief that slavery could be imminently destroyed.
  • . In turn, the Underground Railroad emboldened the Abolitionist movement, strengthening the belief that slavery could be imminently destroyed.

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  • . The Secret Six: John Brown and the Abolitionist Movement, 375 pages, including Notes, Bibliography, and Index.
  • . Third Edition, Uncommon Books, Seattle, Wash., 1993, as The Secret Six: John Brown and the Abolitionist Movement.
  • . And there should be some reassessment of the famous Northern abolitionists who made mad Brown their tool.” — Russell Kirk.


    Nathan Appleton
  • . In 1839 Nathan Appleton married Harriet Coffin Sumner, 25 years younger than himself, and a cousin of the abolitionist and reformer Charles Sumner.
  • . Appleton considered this unfair, as his opposition to immediate emancipation was based on genuine outrage at what he considered the dangerous and fanatical opinions of the more militant abolitionists.
  • . The abolitionist movement, he wrote, "has produced nothing but evil.


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  • . These four women were staunch abolitionists, and fought for equal rights for women.
  • . This statue, however, was carved in 1921, and failed to include Sojourner Truth, the great abolitionist, feminist and preacher.


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  • . However, I stop short of an abolitionist stance, because I believe that if an adult chooses to use tobacco products, he or she should legally be able to do so.