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In this essay, William Lloyd Garrison protests against the Dred Scott decision, against the infamous Fugitive Slave Law, and against all unjust and oppressive enactments, and especially against the existence of the slave system in the South. He reiterates the self-evident truths of the Declaration of Independence and calls for their practical enforcement throughout the land.

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