Why did many Quakers take the lead in abolitionism?


#1

A) Quakers had strong African roots.
B) Quaker ideology had long stressed principles of brotherhood and nonviolence.
C) Quaker church members served with blacks in the army as fellow combatants.
D) Quakers had never owned slaves and therefore had no interest in the issue of abolition.


#2

Answer: B


#3

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