Slavery and movents to end it
...abolitionism, and temperance, women’s suffrage, advancement in labor conditions, spiritualism, cooperative communities as well as prison and educational reforms. All these movements aimed at ending slavery in the country. These movements also attracted debate among authors and lectures such as Frederick Douglass, Pessen, and Henry David. However, the most flourishing anti-slavery movement at that time was the abolitionism movement. The main... Slavery and Movements to End It Consistent social movements in the nineteenth centuryin the United States of America completely transformed the characteristics of the state activities. Some of the common social movements at that time included: Dress reforms,...