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2 Mr. Bacon alluded pointedly to Mr. Garrison as one of those ‘men whom nature has endowed with such talents as equip a demagogue, and with whom it seems an object worth ambition to lead the free people of color, and to receive the homage of their applause.’ Mr. Garrison had also his word for Mr. Bacon (Lib. 3: 201): ‘No writer in the United States, no slaveholder in the South, has uttered or published more excusatory, corrupt, and blasphemous sentiments as regards slavery than this individual.’ Citations follow.
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