The Rights of All
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The Rights of All (1829 to 1830) was a short-lived American abolitionist newspaper founded by Samuel Cornish. The newspaper replaced Freedom's Journal and carried a series of important articles known as Walker's Appeal championing slave rebellion.
- Vaughn, Stephen L. (editor) Encyclopedia of American Journalism (Routledge, 2009) p. 4
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