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William Lloyd Garrison: First Liberator Editorial
Commentary by Barry Alfonso, Independent Scholar, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
“Let Southern oppressors tremble—let their secret abettors...
William Lloyd Garrison (Library of Congress)
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