Race and Civil Rights


Frederick Douglass vs. William Lloyd Garrison: Great American Debates

Ep. 201807
75 minute listen

How should the abolition movement achieve its ultimate goal - ending slavery?

How should the abolition movement look? How should opponents of slavery view the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, and American government as a whole? Two former allies charted different intellectual courses in response to these questions, as each worked to end the blight that slavery was on the America of their times. TAH.org’s Saturday Webinar for 10 NOV 2018 focused on the debate between Frederick Douglass and William Lloyd Garrison, and their divergent views on the Constitution, solutions to slavery, and the future of America as they saw it. Suggested additional readings include:

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