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Teaching To The Public (1831)

To The Public (1831)

William Lloyd Garrison was an ardent abolitionist. He worked to communicate to the public the many evils of slavery, writing for the abolition of slavery and for the rights of Black Americans. This editorial appeared in the first edition of this paper and set the tone for Garrison's steadfast abolitionist stance for years to come.

William Lloyd Garrison
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What is Garrison's message to the public and how does he deliver this message?


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