How Did William Lloyd Garrison's Impact On Abolishment

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William Lloyd Garrison was an important abolitionist and an American freedom fighter. Garrison made his impact on abolishment mainly through his newspaper, the Liberator. His newspaper was largely supported by African Americans who were free. After founding the Liberator, Garrison along with sixty plus people of both races and genders went to Philadelphia and founded the American Anti-Slavery Society. This society condemned slavery as a sin and stated that it has to be abolished instantly, endorsed non violence and denounce racial prejudice.(8) The society received an enormous amount of support from African Americans in the North. In 1835, they also set up many branches were set up in the Southern states. This allowed the society to flood “the
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