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Yet the proprietors, managers, and officials were much more likely to own real estate. The abolitionist movement therefore carried an appeal in this region that cut across class and gender lines. Even if most activism was confined to the "Burned-Over District," this region provided the radical core of the movement and would later manage to capitalize on sectional disagreements over western lands and northern resentment of the "Slave Power" to provoke a war over the issue of slavery. Race in Abolitionism Gabriel's Plot The slave Gabriel, often mis-identified as Gabriel Prosser (though historian Douglas R.
Northern congressmen supplied the necessary votes to help southern representatives pass the "gag rule" against reading abolitionist petitions on the floor of the House of Representatives; this rule was reenacted in each session from 1836 to 1844. Connecticut passed its own gag law in 1836 to prohibit abolitionist lecturers from occupying Congregational pulpits. The citizens of Alton, Illinois either participated in or tacitly permitted the 1837 murder of abolitionist editor Elijah Lovejoy. The next year, at Pennsylvania Hall in Philadelphia, activists like Angelina Grimke Weld delivered antislavery speeches inside as a gathering crowd surrounded the building, screamed obscenities, and pelted the edifice and those exiting from it with rocks and any other implements they could find.
Garrison argued against the notion that colonization would "solve" all of these problems; he thought that Americans must overcome their prejudices instead. Garrison acknowledged that many people with good intentions had joined the Colonization Society, but that they had been "shamefully duped" and that the Society must fall together with slavery as two interconnected institutions. In the spring of 1832, half a year after founding the New England Anti-Slavery Society, Garrison published Thoughts on African Colonization, an attack on the American Colonization Society.
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