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333 AASS. See American Anti-Slavery Society (AASS) Abdy, Edward Strutt, 61 ACLL (Anti–Corn Law League), 122, 163–66, 173–75 Adams, Charles Francis, 189 Adams, John, 62 Adams, John Quincy, 26, 34, 140, 168 Addams, Jane, 268 Addams, John H., 268 addresses, international, 82 “Address to the People of the United States” (Follen ), 52–53 “Address to the Youth of the U. States” (Lundy), 32–33 Adshead, Joseph, 164 agitation: British abolitionist movement and, 162; Catholic emancipation as model, 162–63; Corn Law Repeal as model, 163–66, 173–75; democracy coupled with, 10–11, 266; disunionism and, 168–71, 176–80; Douglass on, 160; as education, 108; Framingham and, 205; Garrison on, 113; Irish Repeal as model, 167–68, 169–72; measurement of public opinion and, 217–18; Mill on, 111; Phillips-Garrison rupture and, 245–46, 257–58; Phillips on, 11, 105, 110–11, 134, 180, 194, 245, 265; popular views of, 11; proportional representation and, 240–41; Slave Power and political action vs., 159–61; women’s free speech and, 112 Aiséirithe, A. J., 185, 233, 246, 264, 326n3 Allen, Ephraim, 23, 24, 42 Allen, Richard, 76, 148, 170, 178 amalgamationism, riots against, 55 American and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society, 70 American Anti-Slavery Society (AASS): annual report (1839), 219; backlash against, 55; Civil War and, 217; Declaration of Sentiments, 49; disbanding of, 264–65; Disunion pamphlet, 178; Follen and, 52; founding of, 1, 49; “Garrisonians ” and, 16; Garrison resignation, 263–64; “No Union with Slaveholders” motto, 16, 67, 168, 176–77, 212; Noyes on, 125; proposals for dissolving , 253–54, 263, 264; schism of 1840, 66, 69–70, 72–75; on suffrage, 137–38; thirtieth anniversary celebration (1863), 253; West Indian emancipation bill and the British example, 49. See also disunionism; Phillips-Garrison rift; and specific persons and topics American Colonization Society (ACS), 37, 39, 46. See also colonizationism American Notes (Dickens), 61, 65, 90–91 American Peace Society, 113 American Revolution, 22, 28–29 American Slavery As It Is (Weld), 197 Ames, Fisher, 23 Amnesty Proclamation (1863), 234, 235, 237 Anacharsis, 110 Andrew, John, 218 Anglophilia and Anglophobia, 50, 62–65, 197 Anthony, Susan B., 267 Anti–Corn Law League (ACLL), 122, 163–66, 173–75 Anti-Imperialist League, 268–69 Anti-Slavery Advocate, 207 Anti-Slavery League, 173–74, 179, 187, 209 appeal genre, internationalization of, 82 Appeal in Favor of the Class of Americans called Africans (Child), 48 Appeal to the Christian Women of the South (Grimké), 82 index I I 334 Index Appeal to the Colored Citizens of the World (Walker), 37–38, 39 aristocracy: abolitionist problem of, 6–7; agitation vs. political action and, 159–61; Phillips on, 141, 234, 257–58; racial discrimination as, 141–43; southern slaveowners and Slave Power argument , 139–42, 148, 157–58; Tocqueville on, 138; Wright on, 140. See also majority rule; suffrage Armistead, Wilson, 207 Armstrong, George, 12, 81 Ashurst, Eliza, 76, 186 Ashurst, Emilie, 76, 187 Ashurst, William Henry: Chartism and, 144, 150–51, 152; on class legislation, 157; Corn Law Repeal and, 166; on European revolutions, 188; Kossuth and, 198; as Liberator correspondent, 76; Mazzini and, 78, 132; in Paris, 186–87; on suffrage, 138; U.S. visit, 208; World’s Convention and, 75–76 Athenian democracy, 109–10 The Atlantic Monthly, 260 Bacon, Leonard, 69 Bailey, Gamaliel, 70 Banks, Nathaniel P., 233, 246–49, 253, 256 Barker, Joseph, 208 Bassett, William, 119 Bayly, C. A., 11 Beecher, Lyman, 30, 41, 42, 69 Benson, Helen E. (later Garrison), 51, 251–52 BFASS. See British Foreign Anti-Slavery Society (BFASS) Birney, James, 5–6, 66, 71, 72, 80 Bishop, Francis, 80 black abolitionists: Anglophilia and, 64; in Britain, 79, 81, 207; fair donations and, 83; Garrison’s encounters with, 37–44; nationalism and, 127–28; rioting against, 100. See also Douglass, Frederick ; and specific names Blackett, Richard, 81–82 black suffrage. See suffrage Blind, Karl, 232 Bolívar, Simón, 23, 34, 36, 43 Boston Female Anti-Slavery Society, 52, 54, 70 Bowditch, Henry Ingersoll, 58 Bowring, John, 75, 84, 122, 163, 173 Brady, Mary, 165 Breckinridge, Robert J., 59 Bremer, Frederika, 84 Brewster, Patrick, 75, 147 Bright, John, 2, 164, 173, 263 Britain: abolitionist trips to, 57; Agency Committee , 49; Anglophilia and Anglophobia, 50, 62– 65, 197; Anti–Corn Law League, 122, 163–66, 173–75; Anti-Slavery League, 173–74, 179, 187, 209; black abolitionists in, 79, 81, 207; breakfast in honor of Garrison, 2, 262, 266; Civil...


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  • Antislavery movements -- United States -- History -- 19th century.
  • Slavery -- Political aspects -- United States -- History -- 19th century.
  • Democracy -- Philosophy
  • Garrison, William Lloyd, 1805-1879.
  • Phillips, Wendell, 1811-1884.
  • American Anti-Slavery Society.
  • Abolitionists -- United States -- Biography
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