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Analyze The Barriers Of Racial Equality And Freedom Of Speech During The 1800's

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During the 1800’s abolitionist challenged both the barriers of racial equality and freedom of speech. During this time there were both American and African- American abolitionist who spoke out against the practice of slavery in both the northern and southern United States. During this time papers were written on the subject and many great orators emerged. During the early 1800’s there was a newspaper put out by free black abolitionist called The Liberator, which published African-American writers. In 1851, Harriet Beecher Stowe wrote “Uncle Tom’s Cabin” which focused on the life of a slave and told the hardship that families would face. The publications of abolitionist would test the idea of free speech even though many publications by abolitionists
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