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Document The Abolitionist Movement’s Good Samaritans: Sensibility in William Cowper’s ‘The Negro’s Complaint’ and Olaudah Equiano’s Autobiography by Justin MacGregor

This essay evaluates William Cowper’s and Olaudah Equiano’s advocacy for abolition by analysing Cowper’s anti-slavery ballad, ‘The Negro’s...

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Document Two Men, Two Worlds, One Goal: how Josiah Wedgwood and Olaudah Equiano progressed the abolitionist cause by Annette Oliver

Abstract: In the eighteenth century, two men rose from their very different worlds to fight for the anti-slavery cause. Josiah Wedgwood, a potter...

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