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Garrison’s passionate advocacy will sway the hearts and minds of countless Americans. 1833: The American Anti-Slavery Society is founded in Philadelphia, at the first national conference of abolitionists in American history. Bear in mind that the manufactures consumed by the South are manufactures of the United States. The remnants of the Whig party nominated John Bell of Tennessee. In particular, I focus on the children of slaves.

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