William Lloyd Garrison's Contribution To The Antislavery Movement

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The Antislavery movement was the most significant contribution to history as this event would enable to overshadow almost all other effort at social reform. The movement
William Lloyd Garrison was important figure to the antislavery movement. In the 1820s Garrison was an assistant to Benjamin Lundy who published antislavery newspaper of the time. However, Garrison broke away from Lundy in 1838 and founded his own newspaper called the “Liberator.” Garrison spoke to the opponents of slavery that they should not talk about the evil influence but rather than the damage the system did to slaves. Garrison influence attracted a large enough group of followers that he soon was able to found the New England Antislavery Society in 1832.
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