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South Carolina Opinions of the Colonization Society," African Repository, VI (September, 1830), 205. PREJUDICE AND R E F O R M I S M II about the actual consequences of their program, but there is no reason, in most cases, to doubt their sincerity. "^'' Slavery was considered an evil by colonizationists not because they had any empathy with the sufferings of the slaves—they were notably deficient in this regard—but because they viewed it as an economically unsound and dangerous institution, incompatible in the long run with the prosperity, peace, and security of society.
The colonization movement, as has been suggested, operated on the assumption that society was a corporate entity, composed of mutually dependent classes and groups living in a permanent and harmonious relationship. " As for slavery, 58. TTie pioneering study of the religious basis of abolitionism is Gilbert Hobbs Barnes, The Antislavery Impulse, 1830-1844 (New York, 1933), Chapter I. Two brilliant recent essays which deal with the intellectual aspects of the radicalization of reform in the 1830s are John L.
Tocqueville, Democracy, I, 299, 373. PREJUDICEAND REFORMISM S3 Tocqueville derived his analysis of the American racial situation. His major point was that the progenitors of Negro slavery had entailed upon their descendants a race problem for which emancipation provided no answer. The abolition of slavery, as he saw it, was always followed by the necessity of absorbing the ex-slaves into the community, which meant in effect reconstructing society on a new basis. This had to be done because no society could maintain public peace and tranquillity with a large and permanently discontented pariah class in its midst.