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" caution,' and ' prudence,' and 'judiciousness.' Sir, I hare learned to hate those words. Whenever we attempt to imitate our great Exemplar, and press the truth of God, in all its plainness, upon the conscience, why, we are very imprudent ; because, forsooth,... "
History of Pennsylvania Hall - Página 72
por Pennsylvania Hall Association (Philadelphia, Pa.), Samuel Webb - 1838 - 200 páginas
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... William Lloyd Garrison, 1805-1879: The Story of His Life, Volumen2

Wendell Phillips Garrison - 1885
...our holy cause. These are your men of 'caution,' and ' prudence,' and 'judiciousness.' Sir, I hare learned to hate those words. Whenever we attempt to...were possible, even the dead who are slumbering in History of made a few remarks, then Lucretia Mott, and finally Abby AMta/M?1 Kelley, a noble young...
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William Lloyd Garrison, 1805-1879: The Story of His Life Told by His ...

Wendell Phillips Garrison, Francis Jackson Garrison - 1885
...our great Exemplar, and press the truth of God, in all its plainness, upon the conscience, why, wo are very imprudent ; because, forsooth, a great excitement...were possible, even the dead who are slumbering in History of made a few remarks, then Lueretia Mott, and finally Abby fp"126 127 Kelley, a noble young...
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William Lloyd Garrison, 1805-1879: The Story of His Life Told by His ...

Wendell Phillips Garrison - 1885
...why, we are very imprudent ; because, forsooth, a great excitement will ensue. Sir, slavery will riot be overthrown without excitement, a most tremendous...were possible, even the dead who are slumbering in WILLIAM LLOYD GARRISON. [JEr. 33. History of Pen*. Hall, pp. 126,127. Ibid., p. 140. Ibid. , p. 140....
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William Lloyd Garrison, 1805-1879: The Story of His Life Told by His ...

Wendell Phillips Garrison, Francis Jackson Garrison - 1885
...to hate those words. Whenever we attempt to imitate our great Exemplar, and press the truth of Ood, in all its plainness, upon the conscience, why, we...excitement, a most tremendous excitement. And let mo say, there is too much quietude in this city. It shows that the upholders of this wicked system...
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New Englander and Yale Review, Volumen45,Parte1

1886
...caution," and " prudence," and " judiciousness," generally. "Sir, I have learned to hate those words. . . . Sir, slavery will not be overthrown without excitement,...endangered. You need and must have a moral earthquake. . . . Your cause will not prosper here, — the philosophy of reform forbids you to expect it — until...
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Irenics and Polemics: With Sundry Essays in Church History

Leonard Woolsey Bacon - 1895 - 303 páginas
...caution," and "prudence," and "judiciousness," generally. "Sir. I have learned to hate those words. . . . Sir, slavery will not be overthrown without excitement,...that their favorite sin has been much endangered. Tou need and must have a moral earthquake. . . , Your cause will not prosper here—the philosophy...
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Mass Media and Violence: A Report to the National Commission on the Causes ...

Robert K. Baker, David L. Lange, Sandra Ball-Rokeach - 1969 - 614 páginas
...the Great Exemplar, and press the truth of God in all its plainness upon the conscience, why, we are imprudent; because, forsooth, a great excitement will...ensue. Sir, slavery will not be overthrown without excitement—a most tremendous excitement.7 Garrison was opposed not only by many of the leading newspapers...
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Men of Ideas

Lewis A. Coser - 1997 - 374 páginas
...men of 'caution,' " he wrote, "and 'prudence' and 'judiciousness.' Sir, I have learned to hate these words. Whenever we attempt to imitate our great Exemplar,...be overthrown without excitement, a most tremendous excitement."11 Garrison knew that compromise is essential in daily political affairs, but he also knew...
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The Zinn Reader: Writings on Disobedience and Democracy

Howard Zinn - 1997 - 668 páginas
...a public gathering, to call attention to the Constitution's support of slavery), Garrison replied, "Sir, slavery will not be overthrown without excitement, a most tremendous excitement." Several of Garrison's contemporaries understood his role. One said that Garrison had roused the country...
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Disobedience and Democracy: Nine Fallacies on Law and Order

Howard Zinn - 2002 - 124 páginas
...intended to eliminate. When someone criticized William Lloyd Garrison for his militancy, he replied: "Sir, slavery will not be overthrown without excitement, a most tremendous excitement." Nor will war, nor will racism. Nor will the maldistribution of wealth in the world, nor the monopolization...
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