Abolitionists and the Anti-Corn Law League
Caleb McDaniel presented his paper “'All Hail, Public Opinion!': American Abolitionists on British Liberalism and the Repeal of the… read more
Caleb McDaniel presented his paper “'All Hail, Public Opinion!': American Abolitionists on British Liberalism and the Repeal of the Corn Laws.” He talked about abolitionists in the United States and their admiration for the Anti-Corn Law League in Britain.
This was a portion of the panel “Antislavery, Liberalism, and Empire-Building in Transatlantic Perspective: The United States and Europe, 1841"1881” at the annual meeting of the Organization of American Historians, held at the Hilton-Americas Houston with the theme “Americans Divided and United: Multiple and Shifting Solidarities.” close
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