Slavery and Methodism
A Chapter in American Morality, 1780-1845
Donald G. Mathews

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The growing appeal of abolitionism and its increasing success in converting Americans to the antislavery cause, a generation before the Civil War, is clearly revealed in this book on the Methodist Episcopal Church in America. The moral character of the antislavery movement is stressed.

Originally published in 1965.

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