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The Liberator was known for appealing to its readers’ sense of _____.
A) Social status.
B) Economic concern.
C) Moral correctness.
D) Modern convenience.
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Its A because public opinion was a force to be molded to conform to an uncompromising demand that slavery was an evil to be eliminated from the face of God’s earth. He sought a revolution in that public opinion. Garrison wanted a revolution in public morality as the means to shape that public opinion for what was an uncompromising right.