Book Examines Role of John Brown in Ending Slavery Writer David Reynolds is the author of the new biography John Brown: Abolitionist: The Man who Killed Slavery, Sparked the Civil War, and Seeded Civil Rights. Reynold's book is considered to be a sympathetic look at the man who he says framed the issue of slavery in stark, uncompromising terms.
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Book Examines Role of John Brown in Ending Slavery

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Book Examines Role of John Brown in Ending Slavery

Book Examines Role of John Brown in Ending Slavery

Book Examines Role of John Brown in Ending Slavery

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Writer David Reynolds is the author of the new biography John Brown: Abolitionist: The Man who Killed Slavery, Sparked the Civil War, and Seeded Civil Rights. Reynold's book is considered to be a sympathetic look at the man who he says framed the issue of slavery in stark, uncompromising terms.

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