William Lloyd Garrison and The Liberator

William Lloyd Garrison and The Liberator

Every movement needs a voice.For the entire generation of people that grew up in the years that led to the Civil War, WILLIAM LLOYD GARRISON was the voice of Abolitionism. Originally a supporter of colonization, Garrison changed his position and became the leader of the emerging anti-slavery movement. His publication, THE LIBERATOR, reached thousands of individuals worldwide. His ceaseless, uncompromising position on the moral outrage that was slavery made him loved and hated by many Americans.

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