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A Review of Uncle Tom's Cabin

or, An Essay on Slavery

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Author: A. Woodward
Published: 1853
Language: English
Wordcount: 56,988 / 171 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 49.5
LoC Category: PN
Downloads: 292
Added to site: 2005.05.09
mnybks.net#: 10315
Genre: Essays
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egal, with a perfect knowledge of the probable consequences; are to all intents and purposes, as truly traitors to their country, as was Benedict Arnold; and as such, they should be viewed and treated. Mark my words, reader, I say, _intelligent men_, for nine out of every ten among those who have been seduced into the abolition net, are objects of pity, and not of contempt or indignation. Poor souls, they are ignorant; it is, I suppose, their misfortune and not their fault.

In order that I may be clearly understood, I will reiterate tho foregoing argument. Before the adoption of the Federal constitution, the states were to a great extent sovereign and independent, and of course were in a condition to settle terms on which to form a more perfect union. The North and the South, otherwise, the slave-holding and the non-slaveholding states met in convention to settle those terms. The North in convention conceded to the South the right to hold slave property; and the sole right of making all laws neces

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