1 edition of Address to the people of the United States on the subject of slavery. found in the catalog.
Address to the people of the United States on the subject of slavery.
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|Other titles||Address to the people of the United States by a committee of the New-England Anti-Slavery Convention, held in Boston on the 27th, 28th, and 29th day of May 1834|
|Contributions||Pamphlet Addresses Collection (Library of Congress), Samuel Gardner Drake Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||E449 .N546|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||16|
|LC Control Number||05029656|
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The assertion which we made five weeks ago, that "the Constitution, if strictly construed according to its reading," is not a pro-slavery instrument, has excited some interest amongst our Anti-Slavery brethren. Letters have reached us from different quarters on the subject.
Some of these express agreement and pleasure with our views, and others, surprise and dissatisfaction. First, let’s deal with the idea that Harris in was, because her parents may not have been citizens, not “subject to the jurisdiction” of the United States or of California.2 days ago The idea of giving Black people reparations for slavery dates back to right after the end of the Civil War (think 40 acres and a mule).
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