Uncle Tom's Cabin

How might Abolitionists use the novel to support their position that slavery must be eliminated?in uncle toms cabin or in general

Uncle Tom’s Cabin

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Stowe's novel graphically portrayed the personal tragedies caused by the system of slavery. It also challenged Northerners to end their hypocrisy and recognize their participation in the propagation of slavery. Moreover, it argued that slaves were not property, but human beings with emotions like those of the readers. For this reason, Stowe chose to portray intimate stories to show the harm being done to individual humans. To the modern reader, Uncle Tom's Cabin may appear over-sentimental and preachy, but Stowe wanted to inspire a strong emotional reaction of indignation in her readers. For the most part, she succeeded.