While the Southern leaders were thus defending Slavery, and the mass of Southern people were trying to tighten their chains, many Northerners were hotly declaring that Slavery had nothing to do with the war, nor would the war touch the divine institution of slavery. At the same time F ree dom, like the soul of John Brown, was steadily marching on; Charles Sumner, that great champion for justice and humanity, said.
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Language - English
Published Date - August 22 2019
ISBN - 9780266702962
Page Count - 294
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