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The Liberator

The Liberator was an Boston-based 19th century abolitionist newspaper edited (and co-founded) by William Lloyd Garrison.

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The Liberator began in 1831, and ran until the end of slavery in the US in 1865. Some of those involved in the newspaper went on to found The Nation, a magazine that still runs today.

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