oppose - mean support - needed it
Just the opposite, the novel inspired people to oppose slavery.
They did not want slavery to continue unchecked.
Because people wanted to.
why did Quakers oppose slavery
The South favoured slavery
More southern lands only assured the long term continuation of slavery.
They grown to oppose the war because there was a great deal of suffering involved and they were worried about slavery.
the Republican Party
Neither of the two were opposed to slavery.
People who wanted to abolish slavery were called abolitionists.
yes, they did oppose.
Yes, Quakers were among the first to oppose slavery.
he fought against Stephen Douglas, civil war, and the people who did not oppose of slavery.
Their was no money
Because they were yeoman.
Southerners felt that Lincoln would oppose slavery in new states, attempt to end slavery where it already existed, and oppose any attempt by a State to secede over any state in the country.
No (New respondent) He opposed slavery. And he was 'Sumner', not 'Summer'.
I think it depends on where the Founding Father is from. Some are from the southern states where slavery is a main part of money. Some are from the North where people strongly oppose slavery since they are all people in a way. Most of them were against slavery; however, a couple were very vehement about keeping slavery in the Declaration of Independence.
No, he owned 16 slaves.