WARNER MIFFLIN: Unflinching Quaker Abolitionist
The key figure connecting the abolitionist movements before and after the American Revolution, Mifflin was energetic, uncompromising, and reviled. Writing in beautiful prose and marshaling fascinating evidence, Nash constructs a convincing case that Mifflin belongs in the Quaker antislavery pantheon with William Southeby, Benjamin Lay, John Woolman, and Anthony Benezet. Illus.
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