Radical Equality: 1842-1846


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N.P. Rogers - Nathaniel P. Rogers was an abolitionist and served as the editor of the New Hampshire Anti-Slavery Society's newspaper, Herald of Freedom.
NAEI - Northampton Association of Education and Industry
New Harmony - New Harmony was a non-religious (secular) utopian socialist society that aimed to answer the problems created by the Industrial Revolution. They failed because of financial problems and disagreements among members.
Non-resistance - A theory condemning the use of force in resisting violence or war. Non-resistants in the 1840s extended this idea into a critique of existing institutions, particularly slavery.
Non-sectarian community - A community, like the Northampton Association that is not affiliated with or restricted to a particular religious denomination.
North Star - The abolitionist newspaper that was started by Frederick Douglass in Rochester, NY in 1847.