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From the Publisher"[A] beautifully written volume. . . . Meticulous attention to detail. . . . Insightful readings of antislavery fiction"
— NC Historical Review
"Pierson's argument that political affiliation was not only based on ethnic and religious beliefs but also on conceptions of family and gender is a very important one. This book will interest those who are interested in antebellum America as well as those who are seeking new ways of thinking abut politics and party loyalty.
(Julie Roy Jeffrey, author of The Great Silent Army of Abolitionism: Ordinary Women in the Antislavery Movement)"