The abolitionists

How did abolitionists change tactics post civil war

As time progressed and the institution of slavery changed, so too did calls for liberty and equality. How did abolitionists and activists advocate for black liberty and equality in the antebellum period (the 1830s-the Civil War)? How did these strategies differ from activist efforts in earlier generations? Use relevant and specific details and examples from course materials to answer these questions. Horton; In Hope of Liberty, Frederick Douglass; The Hypocrisy of American Slavery, David Walker’s Appeal excerpt (, 12 Years a Slave, Solomon Northup

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