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George Donisthorpe Thompson (18 June 1804-7 October 1878) was a British antislavery orator and activist who worked toward the abolition of slavery through lecture tours and legislation while serving as a Member of Parliament. He was arguably one of the most important abolitionist and human rights lecturers both in Great Britain and the United States.
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