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The Library of the World’s Best Literature. An Anthology in Thirty Volumes. 1917.

Wendell Phillips (1811–1884)

Phillips, Wendell. An eminent American social and political reformer and orator; born at Boston, Nov. 29, 1811; died there, Feb. 2, 1884. He wrote: ‘The Constitution a Pro-Slavery Compact’ (1840); ‘Can Abolitionists Vote or Take Office?’ (1845); ‘Review of Spooner’s “Constitutionality of Slavery”’ (1847); ‘Review of Webster’s Speech of March 7th’ (1850); ‘Review of Kossuth’s Course’ (1851); ‘Defense of the Antislavery Movement’ (1853); ‘Addresses’ (1859); ‘Speeches, Lectures, and Letters’ (1863). (See Critical and Biographical Introduction).