Books Should Be Free
Loyal Books
Free Public Domain Audiobooks & eBook Downloads
Search by: Title, Author or Keyword

The Anti-Slavery Examiner, Part 1 of 4   By:

Book cover

The Anti-Slavery Examiner, Part 1 of 4 by the American Anti-Slavery Society is an enlightening and crucial piece of historical literature that offers a detailed examination of the evils and injustices of slavery in the United States. Comprised of a series of essays, this book serves as a powerful tool in the abolitionist movement, providing readers with a comprehensive understanding of the morally reprehensible nature of slavery.

From the very beginning, the authors and contributors of the Anti-Slavery Examiner delve into the depths of slavery's impact on society, both morally and economically. They skillfully tackle the arguments presented by pro-slavery advocates, meticulously dismantling their justifications with logic, facts, and an unwavering commitment to human rights and dignity. The book neither shies away from, nor sugarcoats, the harsh realities of slave life, as the contributors expose the extreme cruelty, violence, and dehumanization inflicted upon enslaved individuals.

One of the book's strengths lies in its ability to concisely compile and present a comprehensive range of evidence that systematically refutes various pro-slavery arguments. By dissecting these arguments and revealing the inherent fallacies, the Anti-Slavery Examiner effectively equips its readers with the tools needed to challenge and counter the pervasive pro-slavery sentiments of the time. This is crucial in broadening perspectives and fostering critical thinking among readers, ultimately contributing to the overall fight against racial oppression.

Furthermore, the Anti-Slavery Examiner does not solely focus on the moral arguments against slavery but also highlights its damaging impact on the nation's economy and social fabric. The authors underscore how the practice of slavery hampers economic growth and development, perpetuating poverty among both enslaved individuals and poor white communities. By linking slavery to economic stagnation, the book presents a well-rounded argument that appeals to various interests beyond moral concerns.

Additionally, the Anti-Slavery Examiner is not limited to presenting the case against slavery but also offers practical solutions for its eradication. Through its essays, readers are exposed to alternative systems and modes of labor that promote freedom, equality, and economic prosperity. These proposed solutions demonstrate the forward-thinking mindset of the abolitionist movement, driving home the notion that emancipation is not only just, but also feasible.

In conclusion, The Anti-Slavery Examiner, Part 1 of 4 serves as an invaluable resource for understanding the horrors of slavery and its impact on American society. Through its meticulously crafted essays, the book systematically addresses and refutes pro-slavery arguments while presenting readers with compelling evidence that emphasizes the urgency of abolishing this abominable institution. This historical work is an essential read for anyone interested in comprehending the profound injustices of the past and the resilient fight for freedom and equality.

First Page:

THE ANTI SLAVERY EXAMINER PART 1 OF 4

BY The American Anti Slavery Society

1836

No. 1. To the People of the United States; or, To Such Americans As Value Their Rights, and Dare to Maintain Them.

No. 2. Appeal to the Christian Women of the South.

No. 2. Appeal to the Christian Women of the South. Revised and Corrected.

No. 3. Letter of Gerrit Smith to Rev. James Smylie, of the State of Mississippi.

No. 4. The Bible Against Slavery. An Inquiry Into the Patriarchal and Mosaic Systems on the Subject of Human Rights.

No. 4. The Bible Against Slavery. An Inquiry Into the Patriarchal and Mosaic Systems on the Subject of Human Rights. Third Edition Revised.

No. 4. The Bible Against Slavery. An Inquiry Into the Patriarchal and Mosaic Systems on the Subject of Human Rights. Fourth Edition Enlarged.

No. 5. Power of Congress Over the District of Columbia.

No. 5. Power of Congress Over the District of Columbia. With Additions by the Author.

THE ANTI SLAVERY EXAMINER

VOL. I. AUGUST, 1836. NO. 1.

TO THE

PEOPLE OF THE UNITED STATES;

OR, TO SUCH AMERICANS AS VALUE THEIR RIGHTS, AND

DARE TO MAINTAIN THEM.

FELLOW COUNTRYMEN!

A crisis has arrived, in which rights the most important which civil society can acknowledge, and which have been acknowledged by our Constitution and laws, in terms the most explicit which language can afford, are set at nought by men, whom your favor has invested with a brief authority... Continue reading book >>




eBook Downloads
ePUB eBook
• iBooks for iPhone and iPad
• Nook
• Sony Reader
Kindle eBook
• Mobi file format for Kindle
Read eBook
• Load eBook in browser
Text File eBook
• Computers
• Windows
• Mac

Review this book



Popular Genres
More Genres
Languages
Paid Books