THE REPUBLIC OF VIOLENCE: The Tormented Rise of Abolition in Andrew Jackson's America
Reveals the stories of the Black and white men and women who persevered against threats to demand that all citizens be given the chance for freedom and liberty embodied in the Declaration of Independence. Their sacrifices and strategies would set a precedent for the social movements to follow, and lead the nation toward war and emancipation. 16 pages of photos, some in color.
Item #: 7800320
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