Several of this volume's essays trace the origins of the modern
immediate abolitionist campaign to the ideological ferment of the
Age of Enlightenment followed by the intellectual reorientation
produced by Romanticism. New perspectives on the movement's origins
enable modern scholars to rebut charges that abolitionist
motivation was a product of status anxiety or of an even deeper
form of psychological disorder
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