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William Lloyd Garrison to Thomas Shipley

Esteemed friend Shipley: Not having been in Boston at the time your welcome epistle was…
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Garrison’s Defense of His Positions

Let me define my positions, and at the same time challenge anyone to show wherein…
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Editorial Regarding Walker’s Appeal

Believing, as we do, that men should never do evil that good may come; that…
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Truisms

1. All men are born equal, and entitled to protection, excepting those whose skins are…
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The War—Its Cause and Cure

Eighty-five years ago, the war-cry of "INDEPENDENCE" rang throughout all the American Colonies, and a…
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To The Public

In the month of August, I issued proposals for publishing "THE LIBERATOR" in Washington city;…
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The American Union

Tyrants of the old world! contemners of the rights of man! disbelievers in human freedom…
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Southern Desperation

The election of the Republican candidate, Abraham Lincoln, to the Presidency of the United States,…
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On the Constitution and the Union

There is much declamation about the sacredness of the compact which was formed between the…
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