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12 Again, he highlighted that only in Liberia could black people be in a situation to determine their own destiny. Russwurm repeated the emphasis of the leading white colonizationists when he declared that universal emancipation could only be made possible in America if the blacks who were already freed could move to Liberia. 14 Against this background, Russwurm would reemphasize Russwurm and Anti-Colonizationists in America 31 what he considered to be the disadvantages of blacks staying in America, and the benefits of their settling in West Africa.
Were the first successful cultivators of the wilds of America . . ”At other events, blacks declared that “America was their country and beneath its soil lay the bones of [their] fathers and [mothers]; for it, some of them fought, bled, and died. To substantiate his argument,Watkins cited segments of pro-slavery and antiblack speeches that had been presented by Clay,Washington, and other leading members of the ACS. He further maintained, thus: by draining the people of color from this their original and only home; notwithstanding, the many hyperbolical accounts which they assiduously circulate about that pestiferous clime.
Eli Ayres, Jehudi Ashmun, Richard Randall, Joseph Mechlin, John Penney, Ezekiel Skinner, Anthony William, Thomas Buchanan, and Joseph J. Roberts. 00 per copy. It shows the signature of William McClain and Henry Clay, two prominent members of the Colonization Society. 3 The mentioned view is wrong in the sense that the Revolutionary War did bring about such new major developments as America’s independence, political democracy, and checks and balance systems. Nevertheless, the view is right in substance in that the new leaders of America continued to hold on to such institutions as slavery, racism, and other forms of black oppression that the British had introduced during the colonial era.
African American Settlements in West Africa: John Brown Russwurm and the American Civilizing Efforts by Amos J. Beyan (auth.)