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William Lloyd Garrison, the Abolitionist

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William Lloyd Garrison, the Abolitionist by Archibald Grimké is a comprehensive and insightful biography of one of the most influential figures in the American abolitionist movement. Grimké does a fantastic job of detailing Garrison's life, from his early years as a newspaper editor to his founding of The Liberator, a powerful anti-slavery publication.

What sets this biography apart is Grimké's ability to provide a balanced portrayal of Garrison, highlighting both his successes and his shortcomings. The author delves into Garrison's complex relationships with other prominent abolitionists, such as Frederick Douglass and Harriet Beecher Stowe, shedding light on the internal conflicts within the movement.

Grimké also does an excellent job of placing Garrison's work within the larger historical context, illustrating how his radical views on abolitionism shaped the course of American history. Overall, William Lloyd Garrison, the Abolitionist is a must-read for anyone interested in the abolitionist movement and the fight against slavery in the United States.

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"THE author of this volume desires . . . to say . . . that it is his earnest hope that this record of a hero may be an aid to brave and true living in the Republic, so that the problems knocking at its door for solution may find the heads, the hands, and the hearts equal to the performance of the duties imposed by them upon the men and women of this generation. William Lloyd Garrison was brave and true. Bravery and truth were the secret of his marvelous career and achievements. May his countrymen and countrywomen imitate his example and be brave and true, not alone in emergent moments, but in everyday things as well."


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