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John Brown was a violent crusader, but he blazed a moral path that the cautious Lincoln followed to end slavery

By Adam Seagrave, Associate Professor of Civic and Economic Thought and Leadership, Arizona State University
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President Lincoln was a statesman and abolitionist. John Brown was a radical. That's the traditional view of how each one fought slavery, but it fails to capture the full measure of their devotion.

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