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From the Publisher"An impressive array of primary sources. . . . Capturing the complexity of abolitionism's development . . . A significant study that sheds new light."
— The Journal of Religion
"This is a carefully crafted study that will be widely appreciated by historians of slavery, imperial history, the American Revolution and eighteenth-century British domestic politics."
— Patterns of Prejudice
"A comprehensive and encyclopedic analysis of early British abolitionism that will be standard reading for all interested in the subject."
— Journal of the Early Republic
This outstanding and timely study will have a broad impact. Essential.
"Effectively reframe[s] our traditional portraits of antislavery as well as humanitarian reform more generally at the turn of the eighteenth century."
— William and Mary Quarterly