Tar and Feathering the South

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the rope of Abolitionism, and by the 1830's the antislaveryrnmovement had become a messianic religious crusade. RadicalrnAbolitionist propaganda found its way not only into the literaturernand public oratory of the day, but into juvenile storybooks,rnchurch hymnals, and even almanacs.rnThe milder form of Abolitionism that existed until the . . .

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