Concord: Republican Press Association, 1885. Third Edition. Wrappers. Duodecimo. 96 pages. Fine. Bound in printed yellow wrappers. Small stamp at top fore corner of front cover.
Parker Pillsbury, prominent abolitionist and male feminist, first published this tract about 1847. In it he argues that the ruling influence of church and pulpit are on the side of the oppressor throughout the United States. Pillsbury's nephew, Albert E. Pillsbury, drafted the bylaws of the NAACP.