The anthology includes primary and secondary texts written by and about influential black abolitionists. Leaders such as Frederick Douglass and Harriet Tubman played pivotal roles in the antislavery movement, along with many other lesser-known African Americans. Nor were all black abolitionists in agreement as to how best to achieve their shared goals. The selections provide a wide range of views from abolitionists and from historians assessing their social, political, and historical impact.
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