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Wright, Henry Clarke (1797-1870) The Employers of Dick Crowninshield, the Assassin, and the Employers of Zachary Taylor, the Soldier: the Difference. Hopedale, Massachusetts: Non-Resistant and Practical Christian Office, 1848. First and only edition, octavo pamphlet, 12 pages, rare, 6 1/2 x 4 1/4 in.
For more than two decades Henry Clarke Wright was a controversial abolitionist, pacifist, anarchist and feminist. This work concerns moral and ethical aspects of the Mexican War 1846-1848.
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