Debates On The Abolition Of Slavery
An 8 page paper that defines the hottest event leading up to 1876 to be the debate over the abolition of slavery, not only on moral grounds, but also on the political grounds of retaining the union of states. Debate topics include writings and speeches made by Garnet, Douglass, Garrison, Grimske, Lowell and Walker. The paper concludes with comments around the Lincoln 'house divided' speech, and the Lincoln-Douglas debate of Oct 15 1858. Bibliography lists more than a dozen sources.