New American Civil War: The Othering and the claim of virtue. 2 of 2: Michael Vlahos, @JHUWorldCrisis

Jul 07, 04:37 AM

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(Photo:In 1839, the national organization split over basic differences of approach: Garrison and his followers were more radical than other members; they denounced the U.S. Constitution as supportive of slavery, were against established religion, and insisted on sharing organizational responsibility with women.[10] A minority of anti-feminist delegates, who were more moderate on many issues left the society, forming the American and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society. Wright was among them. They were more conservative, supporting organized religion and traditional forms of governance, and excluding women from leadership.[11] Another issue was whether abolitionists should enter politics as a distinct party. )

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New American Civil War: The Othering and the claim of virtue. 2 of 2: Michael Vlahos, @JHUWorldCrisis