The Spirit of David Walker gives readers information about a forgotten hero of the anti-slavery movement, seldom found in traditional historical works. In an effort to bridge the gap between known historical events of slavery in 18th and 19th century America, James Peters II details the life and work of an American visionary prophet and writer. Walker, a leading abolitionist, envisioned the eventual emancipation of slaves in the South and the war that it would take to accomplish this.
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About the Author
James S. Peters II is a Licensed Clinical/Counseling Psychologist.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Introduction Chapter 2 The Voice of David Walker from the Grave Chapter 3 David Walker: A Plague on Your House Through War Chapter 4 The Prophecy Realized Chapter 5 Toward World Peace Chapter 6 Selective Readings