Letters to Catherine E. Beecher,
in reply to an essay on slavery and abolitionism, addressed
to A. E. Grimké
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Letters to Catherine E. Beecher, in reply to an essay on slavery and abolitionism, addressed to A. E. Grimké

By Angelina E. Grimké
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Table of Contents
  • LETTERS TO CATHERINE E. BEECHER,
  • LETTER I. FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLE OF ABOLITIONISTS.
  • LETTER II. IMMEDIATE EMANCIPATION.
  • LETTER III. MAIN PRINCIPLE OF ACTION.
  • LETTER IV. CONNECTION BETWEEN THE NORTH AND SOUTH.
  • LETTER V. CHRISTIAN CHARACTER OF ABOLITIONISM.
  • LETTER VI. COLONIZATION.
  • LETTER VII. PREJUDICE.
  • LETTER VIII. VINDICATION OF ABOLITIONISTS.
  • LETTER IX. EFFECT ON THE SOUTH.
  • LETTER X. ‘THE TENDENCY OF THE AGE TOWARDS EMANCIPATION’ PRODUCED BY ABOLITION DOCTRINES.
  • LETTER XI. THE SPHERE OF WOMAN AND MAN AS MORAL BEINGS THE SAME.
  • LETTER XII. HUMAN RIGHTS NOT FOUNDED ON SEX.
  • LETTER XIII. MISCELLANEOUS REMARKS,—CONCLUSION.
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