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Brief author info: David Walker (1785-1830) American abolitionist, born free in Wilmington, North Carolina, wras disgusted by slavery surrounding him; moved to Boston, where he opened a secondhand clothing store and began agitating against slavery Published Walker 's Appeal, one of greatest and most influential abolitionist pamphlets.
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Treat us like men, and there is no danger but we will all live in peace and happiness together. For we are not like you, hard hearted, unmerciful, and unforgiving. What a happy country this will be, if the whites will listen.
Treat us like men, and there is no danger but we will all live in peace and happiness together. For we are not like you, hard hearted, unmerciful, and unforgiving. What a happy country this will be, if the whites will listen.
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