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  • http://www.abolitionistapproach.com/about/ as a start to appreciating the rights or abolitionist point of view, as opposed to the welfare orientation.
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  • Twist), Thomas Jefferson (president), Henry David Thoreau (author, poet, abolitionist), and Benjamin Franklin plus many ways in different movements through
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  • course possibly most famous is the location of Harper's Ferry where abolitionist John Brown protested slavery and was perhaps a key figure in starting
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  • was fourteen. When she was eighteen, Lewis became acquainted with the abolitionist leader, William Lloyd Garrison. It is not clear how she came to know
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  • the Civil War, in Bleeding Kansas, where it was adopted by militant abolitionist groups known as Jayhawkers. With the admission of Kansas as a free state
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  • considered an abolitionist country, where they retain the death penalty for ordinary crimes such as murder but can be considered abolitionist in practice
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  • htm>" "Abolitionist and Retentionist Countries. Amnesty International. n.d. 1 Apr. 2011.<http://www.amnesty.org/en/death-penalty/abolitionist
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  • html Amnesty International. (2009)Death Penalty: Countries Abolitionist for Ordinary Crimes Only( Website accessed on April 1, 2011) Retrieved
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  • Pennsylvania. There, she lived at the home of William Still, a prominent abolitionist. Still’s house was a slave haven on the “Underground Railroad,” and the
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  • was a 19th century Virginia slave who escaped to freedom by arranging to have himself mailed to Philadelphia abolitionists in a dry goods container.
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  • arguments for and against death penalty have raged on for debates between abolitionists and retentionists. Retentionists have been arguing for years that capital
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  • researchers can determine when the word “willpower” was in its usage by the abolitionist preacher La Roy Sunderland, who evinced interest in such topics as mesmerism
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  • regiment in South Carolina. She was certainly aware of her father's abolitionist leanings and her brother Austin's purchase of a substitute to take his
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  • escaped to freedom by arranging to have himself mailed to Philadelphia abolitionists in a dry goods container. Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture
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  • realization of societies without killing? In addition to the completely abolitionist countries, fourteen states have abolished the death penalty for ordinary
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  • "Abolitionist and Retentionist Countries." London, UK: Amnesty International. Retrieved 2011 (http://www.amnesty.org/en/death-penalty/abolitionist
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