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The scope of this careful and scholarly study makes it very useful for expanding the inclusion of women and social history in nineteenth-century world history.
Journal of World History, Fall 1997

Thoroughly researched and impressively argued, this book contributes a great deal to our understanding of the gendered and dichotomous nature of British abolitionism. Midgley has provided nineteenth century scholars with a thought provoking study which deserves an audience beyond those specialists for whom it will be essential reading.
The Victorian Review

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On 20 September 1840 anti-slavery campaigner Anne Knight wrote to her friend Lucy Townsend, who fifteen years before had founded the first women's anti-slavery society in Britain. Read the first page
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