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NOUN   abolitionism | abolitionisms
аболиционизм {м}
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Translation for 'abolitionism' from English to Russian

аболиционизм {м}ист.
Usage Examples English
  • Some of Varela's poems have an unusual theme for the Ultra-Romanticism: abolitionism.
  • Collectively, the growth of Unitarianism, the revival movement, and abolitionism introduced tensions among Presbyterian leaders.
  • After the Civil War, Bowditch kept ties with the movement by contributing to the historical discussion of abolitionism by providing an interpretation of historical abolitionism that was sympathetic to the plight of John Brown.
  • He was an outspoken Democrat in politics, opposed to slavery but unsympathetic to abolitionism.
  • Toward the end of his life Channing embraced immediate abolitionism.
  • Bishop John Emory owned slaves. Bishop Emory, presiding at the New Hampshire Conference in August 1835, opposed abolitionism.
  • He was criticized because of his former open abolitionism (easily recognizable in his 1989 book "En busca de las penas perdidas"), from which he later distanced himself and now he identifies with what he calls "reductive functionalism," that is an extreme form of criminal minimalism tending to abolitionism.
  • Burchard primarily wrote children's books about slavery, abolitionism, and the American Civil War. He wrote 26 books and illustrated over 100.
  • He became committed to abolitionism as an adult, joining the Pennsylvania Abolition Society in 1842, and elected its Secretary in 1848.
  • Kittredge was also a noted supporter of abolitionism and the Temperance movement.
  • Abolitionism, or the abolitionist movement, is the movement to end slavery.
  • "The Concord Freeman" encouraged women's involvement in abolitionism as men had "faltered...
  • Joy James has worked with Black feminist academics to form the Black Internationalists Unions as a form of abolitionism that fights anti-black regimes.
  • Donaldson and Kymlicka believe that abolitionism is an inadequate response to both the ethical and practical challenges of living fairly and constructively with other animals.
  • In the years leading up to the war's outbreak, Emerson's home city of Boston was a "hotbed" of abolitionism in the United States.
  • With Abolitionism, the imagery of enslavement was turned to a social and political purpose.
  • The song expresses themes of abolitionism and log cabin virtues, with the chorus also expansively establishing Lincoln as a favorite son of three states (Kentucky, Indiana and Illinois).
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