controversial antebellum figure was described by Henry David Thoreau as
"an angel of light" and by
Frederick Douglass as one whose
"...zeal in the cause of my race was far greater than mine —it was as
the burning sun to my taper light mine was bounded by time, his
stretched away to the boundless shores of eternity. I could live for
the slave, but he could die for him."
(A) Abraham Lincoln
(C) John Brown
(D) John C.