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Abzug, Robert H. "The Influence of Garrisonian Abolitionists' Fear of Slave Violence on the Antislavery Argument." JNH. 55 (January 1970): 14-28.

Adams, James Truslow. "Disenfranchisement of Negroes in New England." AHQ. 30 (April 1925): 543-47.

Adams, Robert. "Nathaniel Peabody Rodgers, 1794-1846." NEQ. 20 (September 1947): 365-76.

Alexander, A. John. "The Ideas of Lysander Spooner." NEQ. 23 (June 1950): 200-217.

Andrews, Horace, Jr. "Kansas Crusade:Eli Thayer and the New England Emigrant Aid Society." NEQ. 35 (December 1962): 497-514.

Aptheker, Herbert. "Militant Abolitionists." JNH. 26 (October 1941): 438-84.

Arbena, Joseph L. "Politics or Principle? Rufus King and the Opposition to Slavery, 1785-1825." Essex Institute Historical Collections. 101 (1965): 65-77.

Arkin, Marc M. “The Federalist Trope: Power and Passion in Abolitionist Rhetoric.” Journal of American History 2001 88(1): 75-98.

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Beck, Warren A.. "Lincoln' and Negro Colonization." Abraham Lincoln Quarterly. 6 (September 1959): 162-83.

Bloch, Herman D. "The New York Negro's Battle for Political Rights, 1777-1865." International Review of Social History. 9 (1964): 65-80.

Blue, Frederick J. "James Monroe: Oberlin's Forgotten Abolitionist." CWH. 35 (December 1989): 285-301.

------. "The Ohio Free Soilers and Problems of Factionalism." Ohio History. 76 (Winter 1967): 17-32.

Borrit, Gabor S. "The Voyage to the Colony of Lincolnia: the Sixteenth President, Black Colonization, and the Defense Mechanism of Avoidance." The Historian. 37 (August 1975): 619-33.

Breiseth, Christopher N. "Lincoln and Frederick Douglass: Another Debate." Illinois State Historical Society Journal. 68 (February1975): 9-26.

Bretz, Julian P. "The Economic Background of the Liberty Party." AHR. 34 (January 1929): 250-64.

Brown, Richard H. "The Missouri Crisis, Slavery, and the Politics of Jacksonianism." South Atlantic Quarterly. 65 (1966): 55-72.

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Call, Joseph L. "The Fourteenth Amendment and Its Skeptical Background." Baylor Law Review. 13 (1961): 1-20.

Carrington, Selwyn H. H. The Sugar Industry and the Abolition of the Slave Trade, 1775-1810. Gainesville : University Press of Florida, 2002.

Cimprich, John. "The Beginning of the Black Suffrage Movement in Tennessee, 1864-65." JNH. 65 (Summer 1980): 185-95.

------. "Military Governor Johnson and Tennessee Blacks, 1862-65." Tennessee Historical Quarterly.

Clephane, Walter C. "Lewis Clephane: A Pioneer Washington Republican." Columbia Historical Society Records. 21 (1918): 263-77.

Cleven, N. A. N. "Some Plans for Colonizing Liberated Negro Slaves in Hispanic America." JNH. 9 (January 1926): 35-49.

Cochran, William C. "The Western Reserve and the Fugitive Slave law: A Prelude to Civil War." Western Reserve Historical Society Publication No. 10 (January 1920).

Cohen, William. "Thomas Jefferson and the Problem of Slavery." JAH. 56 (December 1969): 503-26.

Coleman, J. Winston, Jr. "Henry Clay, Kentucky, and Liberia." Kentucky State Historical Society Register. 45 (October 1947).

Curry, Richard O. "The Abolitionists and Reconstruction: A Critical Reappraisal." JSH. 54 (November 1968): 529-32.

------. "Note on the Motives of Three Radical Republicans [with text of letters]." JNH. 47 (October 1962): 273-77.

------. "The Political War Against Slavery." RAH. 4 (December 1976).

Curti, Merle. "Non-Resistance in New England." NEQ. 2 (January 1929): 34-57.

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Davis, Hugh H. "The Failure of Political Abolitionism." Connecticut Review. 6 (April 1973): 76-86.

Demos, John. "The Antislavery Movement and the Problem of Violent 'Means.'" NEQ. 37 (December 1964): 501-26.

Detweiler, Philip F. "Congressional Debate on Slavery and the Declaration of Independence, 1819-1821." AHR. 63 (1958): 598-616.

Drake, Richard B. "Freedmen's Aid Societies and Sectional Compromise." JSH. 29 (May 1963): 175-86.

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Erickson, Leonard. "Politics and Repeal of Ohio's Black Laws, 1837-1849." Ohio History. 82 (1973).

Fanuzzi, Robert. Abolition's Public Sphere. Minneapolis : University of Minnesota Press, 2003.

Fellman, Michael. "Theodore Parker and the Abolitionist Role in the 1850s." JAH. 61 (December 1974): 666-84.

Field, Phyllis F. "Republicans and Black Suffrage in New York State: The Grass Roots Response." CWH. 21 (June 1975): 136-47.

Filler, Louis. "Nonviolence and Abolition." University Review. 30 (Spring 1964): 172-78.

Finkelman, Paul. "Slavery and the Northwest Ordinance: A Study in Ambiguity." JER. 6 (1986): 343-70.

Fishback, Mason McCloud. "Illinois Legislation on Slavery and Free Negroes, 1818-1818." Illinois State Historical Society Transactions. 9 (1904): 414-32.

Fishel, Leslie H., Jr. "Wisconsin and Negro Suffrage." Wisconsin Magazine of History. 46 (Spring 1963): 180-96.

Fisher, S. J. "Reminiscences of Jane Grey Swisshelm." Western Pennsylvania Historical Magazine. 4 (July 1921): 165-74.

Foner, Eric. "Politics and Prejudice: The Free Soil Party and the Negro, 1849-1852." JNH. 50 (October 1965): 239-56.

------. "Racial Attitudes of the New York Free Soilers." NYH. 46 (October 1965): 311-29.

------. "The Wilmot Proviso Revisited." JAH. 61 (September 1969): 269-79.

Formisano, Ronald. "Political Character, Antipartyism and the Second Party System." AQ. 21 (Winter 1969): 683-709.

Fox, Dixon Ryan. "The Negro Vote in Old New York." Political Science Quarterly. 32.

Frasure, C. M. "Charles Sumner and the Rights of the Negro." JNH. 13 (April 1928): 1-24.

Frehling, William W. "The Founding Fathers and Slavery." AHR. 77 (February 1972): 81-93.

Friedman, Lawrence J. "Antebellum Abolitionism and the Problem of Violent Means." The Psychohistory Review. 9 (Fall 1980): 23-58.

------. "The Gerrit Smith Circle: Abolitionism in the Burned-Over District." CWH. 26 (1980): 18-38.

Fuess, Claude. "Daniel Webster and the Abolitionists." Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society. 64 (1932): 29-42.

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Gamble, Douglas A. "Joshua Giddings and the Ohio Abolitionists: A Study in Radical Politics." Ohio History. 29 (November 1979): 36-56.

Gara, Larry. "Antislavery Congressmen, 1848-1856: Their Contribution to the Abolitionist Cause." CWH. 32 (September 1986): 197-207.

------. "Horace Mann: Anti-Slavery Congressman." The Historian. 32 (November 1962).

------. "Slavery and the Slave Power: A Crucial Distinction." CWH. 15 (March 1969): 5-18.

Gatell, Frank Otto. "Conscience and Judgment: The Bolt of Massachusetts Conscience Whigs." The Historian. 27 (November 1958): 18-45.

Gellman, David. “Pirates, Sugar, Debtors, and Slaves: Political Economy and the Case for Gradual Abolition in New York.” Slavery and Abolition 2001 22(2): 51-68.

------. “Race, the Public Sphere, and Abolition in Late Eighteenth-Century New York. Journal of the Early Republic 2000 20(4): 607-636.

Gienapp, William E. "Salmon P. Chase, Nativism, and the Formation of the Republican Party in Ohio." Ohio History. 93 (Spring 1984): 5-39.

Graham, Howard Jay. "The Early Antislavery Background of the Fourteenth Amendment." Wisconsin Law Review. (May 1950): 479-507.

------. "The Early Background of the Fourteenth Amendment, II: Systemization. 1835-1837." Wisconsin Law Review. (July 1950): 610-61.

Gray, Myra Gladys. "Archibald W. Campbell--Party Builder." West Virginia History. 7 (April 1946): 221-37.

Gregory, James P. "The Question of Slavery in the Kentucky Constitutional Convention of 1849." Filson Club History Quarterly. 23 (April 1949).

Griffin, J. David. "Historians and the Sixth Article of the Ordinance of 1787." Ohio History. 78 (1969): 252-60.

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Hammond, John L. "Revival Religion and Antislavery Politics." American Sociological Review. 39 (1974): 175-86.

Harlow, Ralph V. "The Rise and Fall of the Kansas Aid Movement." AHR. 41 (1935): 1-25.

Harrison, Lowell H. "The Anti-Slavery Career of Cassius M. Clay." Register of the Kentucky Historical Society. 59 (October 1961): 259-317.

------. "Cassius M. Clay and the True American." Filson Club History Quarterly. 22 (January 1948): 30-49.

Harrold, Stanley C., Jr. "Cassius M. Clay on Slavery and Race: A Reinterpretation." Slavery & Abolition. 9 (May 1988): 42-56.

------. Subversives : Antislavery Community in Washington, D.C., 1828-1865. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 2003.

------. "Forging an Antislavery Instrument: Gamaliel Bailey and the Formation of the Ohio Liberty Party." Old Northwest. 2 (December 1976): 371-87.

------. "The Intersectional Relationship Between Cassius M. Clay and the Garrisonian Abolitionists." CWH. 35 (June 1989): 101-19.

------. "John Brown's Forerunners: Slave Rescue Attempts and the Abolitionists, 1841-1851." Radical History Review. 55 (Winter 1992): 89-112.

------. "The Perspective of a Cincinnati Abolitionist: Gamaliel Bailey on Social Reform in America." Bulletin of the Cincinnati Historical Society. 35 (Fall 1977): 173-90.

------. "The Southern Strategy of the Liberty Party." Ohio History. 87 (Winter 1978): 21-36.

Howard, Victor B. "Cassius M. Clay and the Origins of the Republican Party." Filson Club History Quarterly. 45 (January 1976): 49-71.

------. "The 1856 Election in Ohio: Moral Issues in Politics." Ohio History. 80 (Winter 1971): 135-57.

------. "James Madison Pendleton: A Southern Crusader Against Slavery." Register of the Kentucky Historical Society. 74 (July 1976): 192-215.

------. "Presbyterians, the Kansas-Nebraska Act, and the Election of 1856." Journal of Presbyterian History. 49 (Summer 1971): 133-57.

Hubbell, John. "The National Free Soil Convention of '48'." Publications of the Buffalo Historical Society. 4 (1896).

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Jarvis, Charles A. "Admission to Abolitionism: The Case of John Greenleaf Whittier." JER. 4 (Summer 1984): 161-76.

Jentz, John B. "The Antislavery Constituency in Jacksonian New York City." CWH. 27 (June 1981): 101-22.

Johnson, David W. "Freesoilers for God: Kansas Newspaper Editors and the Antislavery Crusade." Kansas History. 2 (Summer 1979): 74-85.

Johnson, J. H.. "Antislavery Petitions Presented to the Virginia Legislature by Citizens of Various Counties." JNH. 12 (192): 670-91.

Johnson, Reinhold O. "The Liberty Party in Massachusetts, 1840-1848: Antislavery Third Party Politics in the Bay State." CWH. 28 (1982): 237-65.

------. "The Liberty Party in New Hampshire, 1840-1848: Antislavery Politics in the Granite State." Historical New Hampshire. 33 (Summer 1978): 123-59.

------. "The Liberty Party in Vermont, 1840-1848: The Forgotten Abolitionists." Vermont History. 47 (Fall 1979): 258-75.

Julian, George W. "The Genesis of Modern Abolitionism." The International Review. 12 (June 1882): 533-55.

Knee, Stuart E. "The Quaker Petition of 1791: A Challenge to Democracy in Early America." Slavery & Abolition. 6 (September 1985): 151-59.

Kraut, Alan M. and Phyllis F. Field. "Politics versus Principles: The Partisan Response to 'Bible Politics' in New York State." CWH. 25 (June 1979):101-18.

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Lemons, J. Stanley and Michael A. McKenna. "Re-enfranchment of Rhode Island Negroes." Rhode Island History. 30 (Winter 1971): 3-13.

Levi, Kate Everest. "The Wisconsin Press and Slavery." Wisconsin Magazine of History. 9 (June 1925): 423-34.

Lightner, D. L. "The Interstate Slave-Trade in Antislavery Politics." CWH. 36 (1990): 119-36.

Linden, Glenn. "A Note on Negro Suffrage and Republican Politics." JSH. 36 (August 1970): 411-20.

Long, Byron R. "Joshua Reed Giddings: A Champion of Political Freedom." OAHQ. 28 (January 1919):1-47.

Ludlum, Robert P. "The Antislavery 'Gag-Rule': History and Argument." JNH. 26 (1941).

------. "Joshua Giddings, Radical." MVHR. 23 (June 1936): 49-60.

Luthin, Reinhard. "Salmon P. Chase's Political Career before the Civil War." MVHR. 29 (March 1943): 517-40.

Lynd, Staughton. "The Compromise of 1787." Political Science Quarterly. 81 (June 1966): 225-50. Also in Class Conflict, Slavery and the Constitution, edited by Staughton Lynd (Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1967), 184-217.

------. "Rethinking Slavery and Reconstruction." JNH. 50 (July 1965): 198-209.

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Mann, Charles Wesley. "The Chicago Common Council and the Fugitive Slave Law of 1850." Proceedings of the Chicago Historical Society. 2 (1903-05): 55-86.

Marshall, Schuyler C. "The Free Democratic Convention of 1852." Pennsylvania History. 22 (January 1955).

Mason, Vroman. "The Fugitive Slave Law in Wisconsin, With Reference to Nullification Sentiment." Proceedings of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin (1895), 117-44.

McBride, David. "Black Protest against Racial Politics: Gardner, Hinton and their Memorial of 1838." Pennsylvania History. 46 (April 1979).

McDaid, W. "Kinsley S. Bingham and the Republican Ideology of Antislavery." Michigan Historical Review. 16 (1990): 42-73.

McDowell, Tremaine. "Webster's Words on Abolitionists." NEQ. 7 (1934).

McFaul, John M. "Expediency vs. Morality: Jacksonian Politics and Slavery." JAH. 62 (June 1975): 24-39.

McInerney, Daniel J. "'A Faith for Freedom': The Political Gospel of Abolition. JER. 11 (Fall 1991): 371-93.

------. "'A State of Commerce': Market Power and Slave Power in Abolitionist Political Economy." CWH. 37 (1991): 101-19.

McKivigan, John R. Abolitionism and American Politics and Government. New York : Garland, 1999.

------. "James Redpath, John Brown, and Abolitionist Advocacy of Slave Insurrection." CWH. 37 (December 1991): 293-313.

McManus, Edgar J. "Antislavery Legislation in New York." JNH. 46 (October 1961): 208-16.

MacMaster, Richard K. "Arthur Lee's 'Address on Slavery': An Aspect of Virginia's Struggle to End the Slave Trade, 1765-1774." Virginia Magazine. 80 (April 1972): 141-53.

McPherson, James M. "Abolitionists and the Civil Rights Act of 1875." JAH. 52 (December 1965): 493-510.

------. "Abolitionists, Woman Suffrage, and the Negro, 1863-1869." Mid-America. 47 (January 1965): 40-47.

------. "The Fight against the Gag Rule: Joshua Leavitt and Antislavery Insurgency in the Whig Party, 1839-1842." JNH. 48 (July 1963): 177-95.

------. "Grant or Greeley? The Abolitionist Dilemma in the Election of 1872." AHR. 71 (1965): 43-61.

Mohler, Mark. "The Episcopal Church and National Reconciliation, 1865." Political Science Quarterly. 41 (December 1926): 567-95.

Morrow, R. L. "The Liberty Party in Vermont." NEQ. 2 (April 1929): 165-78.

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Nye, Russell B. "The Slave Power Conspiracy, 1830-1860." Science and Society. 10 (Summer 1946): 262-74.

Perkal, M. Leon. "American Abolition Society: A Viable Alternative to the Republican Party?" JNH. 65 (1980): 57-71.

Pickard, John B. "John Greenleaf Whittier and the Abolitionist Schism of 1840." NEQ. 37 (June 1964): 250-54.

Pierson, Michael D. "Between Antislavery and Abolition: The Politics and Rhetoric of Jane Grey Swisshelm." Pennsylvania History. 60 (July 1993): 305.

Planck, George R. "Abraham Lincoln and Black Colonization: Theory and Practice." Lincoln Herald. 72 (Summer 1970): 61-77.

Price, Edward."The Black Voting Rights Issue in Pennsylvania, 1780-1900." (July 1976): 356-73.

Price, Edwin H. "The Election of 1848 in Ohio." OSAHQ. 36 (1927).

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Rayback, Joseph G. "The Liberty Party Leaders in Ohio Exponents of Antislavery Coalition." OSAHQ. 57 (April 1948): 165-78.

Reilly, Edward C. "Politico-economic Considerations in the Western Reserve's Early Slavery Controversy." OSAHQ. 52 (1943): 141-57.

Riddle, A. G. "The Rise of Anti-Slavery Sentiment on the Western Reserve." Magazine of Western History. 6 (June 1887).

Riddleberger, Patrick W. "George W. Julian: Abolitionist Land Reformer." Agricultural History. 5 (July 1955).

------. "The Making of a Political Abolitionist: George W. Julian and the Free Soilers, 1848." Indiana Magazine of History. 51 (September1955): 222-36.

------. "The Radicals' Abandonment of the Negro During Reconstruction." JNH. 45 (April 1960): 88-102.

Roach, George W. "The Presidential campaign of 1844 in New York State." New York History. 19 (April 1938): 153-72.

Roediger, David R. Towards the Abolition of Whiteness: Essays on Race, Politics, and Working Class History. New York: Verso, 1994. 

Rohrs, Richard C. "Antislavery Politics and the Pearl Incident of 1848." The Historian. 56 (Summer 1994): 711-24.

Rozett, John M "Racism and Republican Emergence in Illinois, 1848-1860: A Reevaluation of Republican Negrophobia." CWH. 22 (June 1976).

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Schriver, Edward O. "Antislavery: The Free Soil and Free Democratic Parties in Maine, 1848-1855." NEQ. 42 (1969): 82-94.

------. "Black Politics Without Blacks: Maine, 1841-1848." Phylon. 31 (Summer 1970): 194-201.

Sewell, Richard. "John P. Hale and the Liberty Party, 1847-48." NEQ. (June 1964).

Shaw, Benjamin. "Owen Lovejoy, Constitutional Abolitionists and the Republican Party." Transactions of the McLean County Historical Society. 3 (1900): 59-73.

Shortridge, Ray M. "Voting for Minor Parties in the Antebellum Midwest." Indiana Magazine of History. 74 (June 1978): 117-34.

Silbey, Joel H. "Proslavery Sentiment in Iowa, 1838-1861." Iowa Journalof History. 55 (1957): 289-318.

Silverman, Jason H. "'In Isles Beyond the Main': Abraham Lincoln's Philosophy on Black Colonization." Lincoln Herald. 80 (Fall 1978): 115-22.

Smith, Theodore C. "The Free Soil Party in Wisconsin." Proc. State Soc of Wisconsin (Madison, 1894), 97-162.

Steelman, Joseph F. "Daniel Reeves Goodloe: A Perplexed Abolitionist during Reconstruction." East Carolina College Publications in History. 2 (1965): 66-90.

Steely, Will Frank. "William Shreeve Bailey, Kentucky Abolitionist." Filson Club History Quarterly. 31 (July 1957): 274-81.

Stern, Madeleine B. "Trial of Anthony Burns." Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society. 44 (1910-11): 322-34.

Steward, T. G. "The Banishment of the People of Color from Cincinnati." JNH. 8 (July 1923): 331-32.

Stewart, James B. "The Aims and Impact of Garrisonian Abolitionism, 1840-1860." CWH. 15 (September 1969): 197-209.

------. "Politics and Ideas in Abolitionism." South Atlantic Quarterly. (Winter 1966).

------. "Politics and Beliefs in Abolitionism: Stanley Elkins' Concept of Antiinstitutionalism and Recent Interpretations of American Antislavery." South Atlantic Quarterly. (Winter 1976): 74-97.

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Trendel, Robert. "William Jay and the International Peace Movement." Peace and Change. 2 (Fall 1974): 17-23.

Wesley, Charles H. "Lincoln's Plan for Colonizing Emancipated Negroes." JNH. 4 (January 1919): 7-21.

------. "Negro Suffrage in the Period of Constitution-Making, 1787-1865." JNH. 32 (April 1947): 143-68.

------. "The Participation of Negroes in Anti-Slavery Political Parties." JNH. 29 (January 1944): 32-74.

Wilson, Major L. "The Free Soil Concept of Progress and the Irrepressible Conflict." AQ. 22 (1970): 769-90.

Winnerstein, John R. "Parke Godwin, Utopian Socialism, and the Politics of Antislavery." New York History Society Quarterly. 9 (July/October 1976): 107-27.

Wright, Marion T. "Negro Suffrage in New Jersey, 1776-1875." JNH. 33 (April 1948).

Wyatt-Brown, Bertram. " The Abolitionists' Postal Campaign of 1835." JNH. 50 (October 1965): 227-38.

------. "Prelude to Abolitionism: Sabbatarian Politics and the Rise of the Second Party System." JAH. 58 (September 1971): 316-41.

Zoellner, Robert H. "Negro Colonization: The Climate of Opinion Surrounding Lincoln." Mid-America. 42 (July 1960): 141-45.

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