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He was a radical white abolitionist in the years before the Civil War. He believed in the immediate freeing of slaves and absolute equality for blacks.

He also supported women's rights reforms, which made him less popular.

He strongly opposed gradual abolition (ex: moving slaves back to Africa)

Radical abolitionists supporting his views called themselves Garrisonians.

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William Lloyd Garrison was a famous American abolitionist and journalist. He created The Liberator, an anti-slavery newspaper, in 1831. He also helped found the American Anti-Slavery Society.

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