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Joshua R. Giddings

(1795—1864)


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(b. 6 October 1795; d. 27 May 1864), the most outspoken critic of slavery in the U.S. Congress for over two decades.

Insisting that the Constitution made no provisions for ...

Subjects: United States History.


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