1984 DBQ

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William Lloyd Garrison also embodied the need to resist the immoral law of the Constitution when he exclaimed, "Three millions of the American people are crushed under the American Union! The Constitution which subject them [blacks] to hopeless bondage is one that we cannot swear to support" (E)...
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Clearly, the issue of morality is the main topic of discussion within the North. According to Garrison, the Constitution did in fact support the institution of slavery; however, it's a basic concept that the United States was formed on the bases of "Life, Liberty, and Property...
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