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John Greenleaf Whittier
The Conflict with Slavery



From Volume VII., The Works of Whittier: The Conflict with Slavery, Politics and Reform, The Inner Life, Criticism

Justice and Expediency
The Abolitionists. Their Sentiments and Objects.
Letter to Samuel E. Sewall.
John Qunicy Adams.
The Bible and Slavery.
What is Slavery
Democracy and Slavery.
The Two Processions.
A Chapter of History.
Thomas Carlyle on the Slave Question.
Formation of the American Antislavery Society.
The Lesson and Our Duty.
Charles Sumner and the State Department.
The Presidential Election of 1872.
The Censure of Sumner.
The Anti-Slavery Convention of 1833.
Kansas
William Lloyd Garrison.
Anti-Slavery Anniversary.
Response to the Celebration of my Eightieth Birthday
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