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This research examines Abolitionist discourse and praxis in Great Britain, France, and the United States during the period roughly spanning 1750-1865 and that correspond to the Anti-Saccharine and Free Produce Movements. To orient the line of this inquiry, this research emanates from the question: "In what ways did abolitionist discourse interrogate the prevailing ideologies of its time that supported the arguments and presented as natural the relations of power constituted within black chatteldoi:10.21220/s2-yjay-e692 fatcat:2dqxkgspbjaxnejtqt2cuvytlq