Whose arguments do you feel would be more receptive by northerns? Southerners? Why? Conversely,

 

read the words of and about several abolitionist in Unit 4 (Topic 13). Whose arguments do you feel would be more receptive by northerns? Southerners? Why? Conversely,
whose arguments do you feel would be least receptive by northerners? Why?

 

No cover page needed- Single space. 1 page- Only two primary sourm is required.
Secondary sources is unlimited-

include the rule of 3 to support the questions above.
Followed by 3 or more paragraph that supports the rule of 3 from thesis- No outside
source.-. only primary and secondary source provided by the course- Only use
secondary sources located in Link to Corbett on the left of the page (Chap 12 and 13),
lecture (from Part II, unit 4, topics 13 subtopics: North and South) and primary sources
found under each Subtopics: Noted as ” READINGS: Primary Sources” also more
primary sources are provided under Angelia grimke and abolition- My thought: either
militant abolitionist such as David walker (who was against colonization), William Lloyd
Garrison who suggested north abrogate, Or the feminist like Crimke and Lydia Maria
child who realized they share the same restriction as colored- I favor the Grimke
sisters-

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PS I provided the info just in case my preferred writer is not available.