American Unitarian Clergy, Radical Reformer including Education, Women's Rights and Abolitionism
We had a right to expect from Unitarians a steadfast and unqualified protest against so unjust, tyrannical, and cruel a system as that of American slavery. They, of all other sects, ought to have spoken boldly. But they did not.
A true philosopher makes death his common practice, while he lives, and every day by contemplation strives to separate the soul, far as he can, from off the body.