Why Was Slavery Abolished?

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April 16, 2016

 

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He had run away and had injuries such as a swollen head, nearly blind and could hardly walk. Granville Sharp helped this boy but he was later seen by his owner and captured, he was at threat of being sent back to Jamaica. However, Sharp fought in court and won the case which meant the boy was freed. After this Granville Sharp carried on and fought many of these cases on behalf of black people and won most of them...
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After this Granville Sharp carried on and fought many of these cases on behalf of black people and won most of them. Sharp was one of the first and greatest campaigners but did not manage to abolish the slave trade but still was able to turn the public’s opinion against slavery. William Wilberforce was one of the many Quaker’s who believed slavery was sinful and against Christian teachings...
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