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"I will not retreat a single inch-and I will be heard!" This should grab everyone's attention.
Maybe if he didn't want his house burnt and his printing press broken, he should have thought before spreading his false beliefs to us.
I can't believe it. I just can't!
...and children would be whipped and beaten by the slave-owners for simply not understanding the task they were asked to do!
That's awful! How could people do such things?
It is 1831, and William Lloyd Garrison, an abolitionist, is fired up about slavery. His thoughts are that slavery is wrong and it should be ended immediately. To speak out about this, he begins a newspaper entitled "The Liberator."
Pro-slavery groups are angry with Garrison's beliefs stated in "The Liberator," and they set his house on fire and destroyed his printing press.
Garrison was angered by the people's reaction, but he knew he couldn't do anything about it. Garrison went to an abolition meeting, where he hears Frederick Douglass, an escaped slave, speaking about the horrors he went through when enslaved, and stories other people had to suffer through.
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