No Compromise With The Evil Slavery Analysis

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Slavery was a big issue in the 1800’s, and in the 1850’s, people decided to speak up on the issue. These three men spoke out on their opinions of slavery. In the speeches, all three men have different views on slavery, yet some views and similar. In the first speech, “No Compromise with the Evil Slavery”, by William Lloyd Garrison, he expresses that there is no right in slavery at all. He says, “Enslavement is horribly atheistical.” meaning enslavement is unGodly, and that it is something that an atheist, who believes in no God, would believe is right. Garrison uses religious views to make his point clear. He states, “Abolitionism, which I advocate is as absolute as his throne.” He is saying that if you are a Christian, that abolitionism is
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