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The Liberator (1831–1865) was an abolitionist newspaper founded by William Lloyd Garrison and Isaac Knapp in 1831. Garrison co-published weekly issues of The Liberator from Boston continuously for 35 years, from January 1, 1831, to the final issue of December 29, 1865. Although its circulation was only about 3,000, and three-quarters of subscribers were African Americans in 1834, the newspaper earned nationwide notoriety for its uncompromising advocacy of "immediate and complete emancipation of all slaves" in the United States. Garrison set the tone for the paper in his famous open letter "To the Public" in the first issue:

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  • The Liberator (1831–1865) was an abolitionist newspaper founded by William Lloyd Garrison and Isaac Knapp in 1831. Garrison co-published weekly issues of The Liberator from Boston continuously for 35 years, from January 1, 1831, to the final issue of December 29, 1865. Although its circulation was only about 3,000, and three-quarters of subscribers were African Americans in 1834, the newspaper earned nationwide notoriety for its uncompromising advocacy of "immediate and complete emancipation of all slaves" in the United States. Garrison set the tone for the paper in his famous open letter "To the Public" in the first issue:
  • The Liberator (en Der Befreier) war eine US-amerikanische Wochenzeitschrift. Sie wurde zwischen dem 1. Januar 1831 bis zum 1. Januar 1866 von William Lloyd Garrison in Boston herausgegeben und war landesweit berüchtigt für ihre radikal abolitionistische Position, die eine „unmittelbare vollständige Emanzipation aller Sklaven“ forderte. Sie hatte eine vergleichsweise geringe Auflage von 3.000 Exemplaren und richtete sich bei einer Erhebung von 1834 an eine überwiegend afro-amerikanische Leserschaft. – Leitartikel 1. Januar 1831 The Liberator
  • The Liberator era un settimanale abolizionista fondato da William Lloyd Garrison nel 1831 e pubblicato ininterrottamente per 35 anni, dal 1º gennaio 1831 al 1º gennaio 1866. Benché la tiratura fosse di sole 3000 copie e tre quarti degli abbonati nel 1834 fossero afroamericani,, il giornale si guadagnò una certa fama a livello nazionale per il suo intransigente sostegno alla "immediata e completa emancipazione di tutti gli schiavi" negli Stati Uniti. Garrison dettò la linea del giornale nella sua famosa lettera aperta intitolata To the Public, pubblicata nel primo numero:
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