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When John Brown was growing up, his father was a strong abolitionist when John grew up and became a responsible adult he followed his fathers foot steps in becoming an abolitionist.

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John had made his contribute by making it violent and harming people who were very against freeing slaves. So after he killed many people he was finally hung.

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