The Anti-Slavery Movement

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Increasd tension between north and the south began due to the anti-slavery movement. The anti-slavery movement was influenced by many abolitionists who had different opinions on slavery. Some of the most famous abolitionists were leaders of the anti-slavery movement such as William Garrison, Fredrick Douglas, and Harriet Tubman. All of them used certain tactics to get there points across or to persuade others to join the movement. Due to the leaders sharing an equal view but different way of approaching it caused divisions such as womans participation and race to be formed. There was many mixed feelings about slavery between the north and the south and how to handle it. The movement thrived under leaders such as William Garrison, Fredrick
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