Slavery in the Antebellum South began to be justified on various grounds. During the same period, the abolition movement began to grow in the North. For this topic, we will examine a couple of prima


Slavery in the Antebellum South began to be justified on various grounds.  During the same period, the abolition movement began to grow in the North.  For this topic, we will examine a couple of primary source documents. Please read through the following:

George Fitzhugh – Cannibals All! or Slaves Without Masters (1857) 

William Lloyd Garrison – No Compromise with the Evil of Slavery (1854)

Compare and contrast the arguments of both Fitzhugh and Garrison, for and against slavery. Please detailed information.

Slavery in the Antebellum South began to be justified on various grounds. During the same period, the abolition movement began to grow in the North. For this topic, we will examine a couple of prima


Slavery in the Antebellum South began to be justified on various grounds.  During the same period, the abolition movement began to grow in the North.  For this topic, we will examine a couple of primary source documents. Please read through the following:

George Fitzhugh – Cannibals All! or Slaves Without Masters (1857) 

William Lloyd Garrison – No Compromise with the Evil of Slavery (1854)

Compare and contrast the arguments of both Fitzhugh and Garrison, for and against slavery. Please detailed information.

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