Garrison and the American dissenting tradition

“His career is a landmark in the American dissenting tradition and exemplifies the fault line that in democratic politics separates the insiders, who think progress comes from quiet lobbying within the halls of power, from the outsiders, who insist that only public manifestations of dissatisfaction can overcome institutional inertia.” (from Henry Mayer’s Preface to All on Fire)

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