Was John Brown An Abolitionist

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Many acts of terrorism still happen today. Terrorism is the use of violence against a person's property. In the 1800's, John Brown was against slavery and fought for what he believed in, but his actions were violent and he terrorized many people. Even though terrorism can be defined in many ways, John Browns actions at Harpers Ferry and Pottawatomie Creek were acts of terrorism, which justify him as a terrorist.

John Brown grew up in a deeply religious family. He was a abolitionist who's hatred of slavery led him to seize the U.S arsenal at Harpers Ferry. Brown had committed multiple crimes including murder, treason and starting a slave rebellion. He was later hanged in front of a crowd of people. Brown deserved to be hanged and

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