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Direct Abolitionist Engagement in Politics, 1688-1807 -- Continuity and Transition, 1807-1830 -- Escalation, 1831-1840 -- The Rise and Fall of the Abolition Lobby, 1836-1845 -- Discord, Relationships, and Free Soil, 1840-1848 -- Physical Action, Fugitive Slave Laws, and the Free Democratic Party, 1845-1852 -- Abolitionists and Republicans, 1852-1860 -- Political Success and Failure: An Ambiguous Denouement, 1860-1870.
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