The Four R's of the Abolition Movement: Rationale, Risks, Rewards... and Revolution



     It has been said "Every Age has its Evils, Every Age has its Abolitionists."  Consider for yourself: are you the kind of person who is willing to stand up for those in need?  Are you willing to let your voice be heard?  Are you willing to help those who need it most?  

     Complete the following Quick Write on your own paper:

     What issue of injustice in the world today upsets you the most?  What would be your rationale for fighting against it?  What risks might you face?  What rewards might be seen from taking this position?  And what kind of revolution (personal, local, national, worldwide) might you be a part of?

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