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The Antislavery Examiner, Part 4 of 4

By Goodman, Stan

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Book Id: WPLBN0000627724
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Title: The Antislavery Examiner, Part 4 of 4  
Author: Goodman, Stan
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Language: English
Subject: Literature, Literature & thought, Writing.
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Excerpt: Is Jesus Christ in favor of American slavery? In 1776 THOMAS JEFFERSON, supported by a noble band of patriots and surrounded by the American people, opened his lips in the authoritative declaration: ?We hold these truths to be SELF?EVIDENT, that all men are created equal; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights; that among these are life, LIBERTY, and the pursuit of happiness.? And from the inmost heart of the multitudes around, and in a strong and clear voice, broke forth the unanimous and decisive answer: Amen?such truths we do indeed hold to be self?evident. And animated and sustained by a declaration, so inspiring and sublime, they rushed to arms, and as the result of agonizing efforts and dreadful sufferings, achieved under God the independence of their country. The great truth, whence they derived light and strength to assert and defend their rights, they made the foundation of their republic.

Table of Contents
Table of Contents: The Anti?Slavery Examiner, Part 4 of 4, 1 -- American Anti?Slavery Society, 1 -- No. 12. ANTI?SLAVERY EXAMINER, 2 -- THE NEW TESTAMENT AGAINST SLAVERY, 2 -- PROFESSOR STUART'S REPLY, 5 -- No. 12. THE ANTI?SLAVERY EXAMINER, 47 -- DISUNION, 47 -- ADDRESS OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE, 48 -- No. 13. THE ANTI?SLAVERY EXAMINER, 69 -- ON THE CONDITION OF THE FREE PEOPLE OF COLOR, 70 -- 10. SUBJECTION TO INSULT AND OUTRAGE, 81 -- CAN ABOLITIONISTS VOTE OR TAKE OFFICE UNDER THE UNITED STATES -- CONSTITUTION?, 82 -- Introduction, 82 -- THE NO?VOTING THEORY, 85 -- OBJECTION I, 87 -- OBJECTION II, 89 -- OBJECTION III, 90 -- OBJECTION IV, 92 -- OBJECTION V, 92 -- OBJECTION VI, 93 -- OBJECTION VII, 93 -- OBJECTION VIII, 94 -- OBJECTION IX, 96 -- OBJECTION X, 96 -- OBJECTION XI, 97 -- OBJECTION XII, 98 -- OBJECTION XIII, 98 -- OBJECTION XIV, 101 -- OBJECTION XV, 101 -- OBJECTION XVI, 101 -- EXTRACTS FROM J.Q. ADAMS, 102 -- THE ANTI?SLAVERY EXAMINER, 103 -- The Anti?Slavery Examiner, Part 4 of 4 -- i

 

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