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Wendell Phillips on Civil Rights and Freedom

Louis Filler

Wendell Phillips on Civil Rights and Freedom

by Louis Filler

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Published by University Press of America .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • USA,
  • Political structure & processes,
  • United States,
  • Civil rights,
  • History,
  • Civil War, 1861-1865,
  • Antislavery movements,
  • U.S. - Political And Civil Rights Of Blacks

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages252
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8084873M
    ISBN 100819127930
    ISBN 109780819127938

    APA citation style: Phillips, W., Douglass, F., Wright, E., Heighton, W., Stearns, G. L. & African American Pamphlet Collection. () The immediate issue: a speech of Wendell Phillips at the annual meeting of the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society at the black man wants: speech of Frederick Douglass at the annual meeting of the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery . Summary. The Preface to the Narrative was written by William Lloyd Garrison, the famous abolitionist, on May 1st, in Boston, Massachusetts. He opened by explaining that he had met Douglass for the first time at an anti-slavery convention in August, Most people, including Garrison, did not know who he was but were prepared to hear some words from an actual .

      Civil Rights and the Idea of Freedom is a groundbreaking work, one of the first to show in detail how the civil rights movement crystallized our views of citizenship as a grassroots-level, collective endeavor and of self-respect as a formidable political tool. Drawing on both oral and written sources, Richard H. King shows how rank-and-file movement participants defined4/5(4). In , Charles T. Sprading () wrote a book of remarkable prescience that anticipated the systematic development of an American libertarian tradition. He .

    Wendell Phillips Another leading figure in the abolitionist movement. After the Civil War, Phillips supported Douglass' position regarding the enfranchisement of freed slaves. The Phillips-Douglass alliance was in direct opposition to Garrison and his supporters, who advocated a slower pace of reform. Read Letter From Wendell Phillips, Esq. of Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave by Frederick Douglass. The text begins: BOSTON, AP My Dear Friend: You remember the old fable of "The Man and the Lion," where the lion complained that he should not be so misrepresented "when the lions wrote history." I am glad the time has come .


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Phillips, Wendell, Wendell Phillips on civil rights and freedom. New York, Hill and Wang [] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Wendell Phillips; Louis Filler. Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Phillips, Wendell, Wendell Phillips on civil rights and freedom.

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Wendell Phillips’s most popular book is Speeches, Lectures and Letters. Wendell Phillips has 81 books on Goodreads with ratings. Wendell Phillips’s most popular book is Speeches, Lectures and Letters.

Wendell Phillips on Civil Rights and Freedom. Wendell Phillips. avg rating — 0 ratings. Want to Read saving. Wendell Phillips, (born NovemBoston, Massachusetts, U.S.—died February 2,Boston), abolitionist crusader whose oratorical eloquence helped fire the antislavery cause during the period leading up to the American Civil War.

After opening a law office in Boston, Phillips, a wealthy Harvard Law School graduate, sacrificed social status and a prospective.

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From the dustjacket: Sane, sensible, and scriptural answers to perplexing problems in the Christian life; here is a much needed book that will lead many to a. Wendell Phillips on Civil Rights and Freedom Politics A revolutionary idealist, Wendell Phillips envisioned an American society "with no rich men and no poor men in it, all mingling in the same society all opportunities equal, nobody so proud as to.

The assessment rings true, but, for the full historical measure of his public contributions, the reader will have to turn to the earlier work of Swisher. Kent Newmyer University of Connecticut Wendell Phillips on Civil Rights and Freedom.

Edited by Louis Filler. (New York: HiU and Wang, Pp. xxvii, $). At The Convention Held At Worcester, October 15 Wendell Phillips s.n., Political Science; Political Freedom & Security; Civil Rights; Political Science / Political Freedom & Security / Civil Rights; Social Science / Feminism & Feminist Theory; Social Science / Women's StudiesAuthor: Wendell Phillips.

Wendell Phillips was a Harvard educated lawyer and wealthy Bostonian who joined the abolitionist movement and became one of its most prominent advocates. Revered for his eloquence, Phillips spoke widely on the Lyceum circuit, and spread the abolitionist message in many communities during the s and s.

Wendell Phillips. Wendell Phillips (), American abolitionist and social reformer, became the antislavery movement's most powerful orator and, after the Civil War, the chief proponent of full civil rights for freed slaves.

Wendell Phillips was born on Nov. 29,into a wealthy, aristocratic Boston family. The Freedom Speech of Wendell Phillips: Faneuil Hall, December 8,with Descriptive Letters from Eye Witnesses Slavery, abolition & social justice, Author. Phillips also opposed the annexation of Texas and the Mexican-American War.

Like Garrison, he refused to identify with any political party and condemned the Constitution as a proslavery document. He thought that, in addition to freedom itself, the government owed Blacks land, education, and all civil rights.

Wendell Phillips (), American abolitionist and social reformer, became the antislavery movement's most powerful orator and, after the Civil War, the chief proponent of full civil rights for freed slaves. Wendell Phillips was born on Nov.

29,into a wealthy, aristocratic Boston family. Gifted, handsome, and brilliant, he excelled in his. He thought that, in addition to freedom itself, the government owed Blacks land, education, and all civil rights.

Phillips blasted President Lincoln for his moderate stance on emancipation and after the Civil War, he continued to call for other reforms, such as women's rights, temperance, and the Greenback Party.

Louis Filler (Aug – Decem ) was a Russian-born American teacher and a widely published scholar specializing in American studies. He was born in Dubossary, in the Kherson Governorate of the Russian Empire (present-day Transnistria), to Jewish parents, and emigrated to the United States in Raised in Philadelphia, Filler attended Central High.

Throughout the Civil War era, no other white American spoke more powerfully against slavery and for the ideals of racial democracy than did Wendell Phillips. Nationally famous as "abolition's golden trumpet," Phillips became the North's most widely hailed public lecturer, even though he espoused ideas most regarded as deeply threatening -- the abolition of slavery, equality.

Wendell Phillips () Wendell Phillips (29 November - 2 February ), born in Boston, Massachusetts, (a descendent of that city's first mayor) was an American abolitionist, Native American advocate and orator. After graduating from Harvard inhe went on to attend its law school from which he graduated in Wendell Phillips on Civil Rights and Freedom.

5 copies; The Constitution a Pro-Slavery Compact: Selections from the Madison 5 copies; An explorer's life of Jesus 5 copies; Speeches, Lectures and Letters of Wendell Phillips (Vol.

) 1 copy; S&S Little Classics 1 copy; The Lesson Of The Hour: Wendell Phillips On Abolition & Strategy (Young. WENDELL PHILLIPS, speech in Boston, Massachusetts, Janu —Speeches Before the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society, p. 13 (). The memorable and oft-quoted phrase, “eternal vigilance is the price of liberty,” was not in quotation marks in.

Statue of Wendell Phillips in the Boston Public Garden Initially a Garrisonian moralist of patrician background, by the Civil War Phillips had grown more politically engaged, and in the wake of emancipation continued fighting for the civil and economic rights of freedmen, for women’s suffrage, and in support of labor against capital.

Despite this tolerance, Garrison and Phillips fervently believed in the need for a moral vanguard in the antislavery movement—a group of “agitators” who would eschew the dirty, self-serving business of politics and its inevitable compromises, while striving instead to uphold and spread the pure ideal of freedom.

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