Wilberforce, William (Ludwig, Charles)
Title HE FREED BRITAIN'S SLAVES $24.99 SALE $12.99
Binding Hard Cover
Book Condition Like New
Publisher Herald Press, 1977, 206 pgs., HB, DJ, good condition 1977
Seller ID 1059
The Preface is written by the author, Charles Ludwig. There are 17 chapters followed by a Bibliography. A picture of the author & a short summary about him completes the book. When Wilberforce started to fight slavery, he felt like an ant trying to crush an elephant. But his cause was one in which he believed & so he never gave up. It took a lifetime to accomplish his purpose. At times it seemed destiny was against him. His faith, however, never wavered, & his purpose was eventually accomplished. Today his body rests in Westminster Abbey, & those who know the story of his life speak of him in hallowed tones. In fictionalized form, this book retells the remarkable story of William Wilberforce & his tireless crusade to abolish th e slave trade in the British Empire.
WILLIAM WILBERFORCE & SLAVE TRADE