His abolitionism was secondary to his main mission, his main enthusiasm.
"Call it abolitionism, or what you will," replied his Senior.
First, then, we have averred the philosophical connexion of antecedent and consequence between abolitionism and violent reforms.
By Jove, if abolitionism can make your grandma run, I'll forgive it a lot!
In brief, this novel bred a spirit of abolitionism such as the country had never before known.
Such is the danger from abolitionism to the slaveholding States.
At the beginning, too, I suppose that his taking up abolitionism made him enemies.
At all points we see, therefore, that abolitionism has to do with religion, and religion with it.
Sumner, head and front of abolitionism but also a great lawyer, came at once to his assistance.
Salem was at that time the center of abolitionism in that section.
The belief that slavery should be abolished. In the early nineteenth century, increasing numbers of people in the northern United States held that the nation's slaves should be freed immediately, without compensation to slave owners. John Brown, Frederick W. Douglass, William Lloyd Garrison, Sojourner Truth, and Harriet Tubman were well-known abolitionists.
Note: Abolitionism in the United States was an important factor leading to the Civil War.