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Declaration of the Anti-Slavery Convention, 1833
有些废奴主义者,例如洛夫乔伊,曾经参加1833年的“反奴隶制度宣言大会” (Declaration of the  Anti-Slavery Convention)

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伊莱亚.佩利许.洛夫乔伊 (Elijah Parish Lovejoy) 被一群支持奴隶制度的暴民所杀


No sooner was the press off-loaded from the steamboat than a drunken mob formed and tried to set fire to the warehouse where it was stored. When Lovejoy ran out to push them away, someone shot him. Throughout the North and West, more people joined anti-slavery societies following Lovejoy's death. Officials in Illinois said almost nothing about the incident, with the exception of a young state representative named Abraham Lincoln, who spoke out against the crime.
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