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1 “Writing not without bias, surely, but in a spirit emulous of the absolute fairness which distinguished our father, we have done little more than coordinate materials to serve posterity in forming that judgment of him which we have no desire to forestall. In a literary point of view, we have aimed at nothing more than clearness, sequence and proportion.” Life of Garrison. Preface, p. XII.
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