Let this voice be heard: Anthony Benezet, father of Atlantic abolitionism

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In the first intellectual biography of the man universally recognized in his own time as the founder of the Atlantic antislavery movement, Jackson demonstrates how Anthony Benezet mediated Enlightenment political and social thought, African travel narratives, and the ideas and experiences of ordinary people to create a new antislavery critique.

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subject_facet Abolitionists -- United States -- Biography, Antislavery movements -- United States -- History -- 18th century, Quakers -- United States -- Biography
table_of_contents A life of conscience -- The early Quaker antislavery movement -- An antislavery intellect develops -- Visions of Africa -- Building an antislavery consensus in North America -- Transatlantic beginnings and the British antislavery movement -- Benezet and the antislavery movement in France -- African voices -- Epilogue: Anthony Benezet's dream.
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title Let this voice be heard : Anthony Benezet, father of Atlantic abolitionism
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