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Why would Sewall's "The Selling of Joseph" have been controversial for his time? It was the first anti-slavery piece of literature. It was the first anti–indentured servant piece of literature. It was the first piece of literature to support the rights of women. It was the first piece of literature to support the rights of free African Americans.

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