The Reform Movement Of Abolitionism

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The reform movement of Abolitionism came as a direct outgrowth from the Second Great Awakening, along with the illegal slave trades that had a large area of support in the southern states which allowed for the illegal immigration of slaves into the United States. While the reform movement mainly came from the Northern States, there were some areas within the South that had pro-abolition supporters such as Henry C. Wright, Frederick Douglass and several others. It contributed to the expansion of the Democratic values due to the fact that one of these values include that there is fairness and freedom for everyone. This movement was the most dramatic and and important success movement that revolved around the anti-slavery campaign. Abolitionist

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