Definition of Antislavery. Meaning of Antislavery. Synonyms of Antislavery

Here you will find one or more explanations in English for the word Antislavery. Also in the bottom left of the page several parts of wikipedia pages related to the word Antislavery and, of course, Antislavery synonyms and on the right images related to the word Antislavery.

Definition of Antislavery

Antislavery
Antislavery An`ti*slav"er*y, a. Opposed to slavery. -- n. Opposition to slavery.

Meaning of Antislavery from wikipedia

- slavery and other threats to personal freedom. Their ideas influenced many antislavery thinkers in the eighteenth century. In addition to English colonists...
- relationship of abolition and antislavery prior to the Civil War: While instructive, the distinction [between antislavery and abolition] can also be misleading...
- slavery on egalitarian grounds. "[Northern] Republicans rooted their antislavery arguments, not on expediency, but in egalitarian morality." "The Constitution...
- their wills. A significant number of Jews gave their energies to the antislavery movement. Many 19th century Jews, such as Adolphe Crémieux, parti****ted...
- with violence. According to the Encyclopedia Britannica, "The society's antislavery activities frequently met with violent public opposition, with mobs invading...
- Guyatt, Nicholas (June 6, 2019). "No Property in Man: Slavery and Antislavery at the Nation's Founding by Sean Wilentz". The New York Review of Books...
- Scribner's Sons. Jarius Lincoln, [ed.] Antislavery Melodies: for The Friends of Freedom. Prepared for the Hingham Antislavery Society. Words by A. G. Duncan....
- laid out in 1854, was one of the Free-State towns founded by Eastern antislavery men immediately after the p****age of the Kansas–Nebraska Bill. In 1857...
- party dedicated to antislavery, drawing from the antislavery wing of the Whig Party, and combining Free Soil, Liberty, and antislavery Democratic Party...
- lampooned what they claimed were Republican efforts to downplay the antislavery plank in their 1860 platform. Republican candidate Abraham Lincoln, who...
Loading...