Cannibals All!: Or, Slaves Without Masters

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Applewood Books, 2008 - History - 384 pages
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Excerpt: ...of sins. New England is culpable for permitting Parker and Beecher to stir up civil discord and domestic broils from the pulpit. These men deserve punishment, for they have instigated and occasioned a thousand murders in Kansas; yet they did nothing more than carry into practice the right of private judgment, liberty of speech, freedom of the press and of religion. These boasted privileges have become far more dangerous to the lives, the property and the peace of the people of this Union, than all the robbers and murderers and malefactors put together. The Reformation was but an effort of Nature
 

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Fitzhugh's rhetoric is often incisive, and his assaults on the hypocrisies of abolition are always entertaining. However, this is certainly a book of its time, likely only of interest for the ... Read full review

Review: Cannibals All! Or, Slaves Without Masters

User Review  - Goodreads

Fitzhugh's rhetoric is often incisive, and his assaults on the hypocrisies of abolition are always entertaining. However, this is certainly a book of its time, likely only of interest for the ... Read full review

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1806-1881

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