One of the most influential roles in the abolitionist movement was evangelical religion. It’s vision was to end all sinful behaviors and a vision human perfection. Preachers of this Lyman recent and Nathaniel Taylor both created a powerful change in the emancipation of slavery.
Members of this movement had a mission to end slavery. These groups came together to oppose furthering the extension of it. The unpromisingly more and determination of these individuals helped speed up the emancipation of the slaves.
The primary idea was that slavery was evil and many called for immediate action. In 1835, a propaganda campaign was set up and it consisted of petitions, anti slavery societies and abolitionist literature that demanded an end to slavery. At first, people disagreed and the abolitionists in this movement were mistreated and abused. In the north they were attacked by mobs and in the south they burned anti slavery pamphlets.