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From:First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion and Public Life (Issue 173)The movie Amazing Grace, relating the struggle of William Wilberforce's (1759-1833) long and finally successful battle to abolish the slave trade, has received generally favorable reviews, surprisingly favorable from...
From:Leadership Journal (Vol. 31, Issue 2)In the year 1801, William Wilberforce, a member of the English Parliament and leader of the anti-slavery forces in the British Empire, passed through a severe spiritual crisis. The core issue? Political ambition. Had...
From:Journal for Early Modern Cultural Studies (Vol. 12, Issue 4) Peer-ReviewedWhat can numbers accomplish when paired with an ethical or affective argument? In the context of debates over the abolition of the slave trade, I investigate the role of numbers in the struggle for discursive authority...
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