Quaker Religious Thought


Gary Nash’s biography of Warner Mifflin is an important contribution to Quaker history. It’s exceptionally well written and researched. Mifflin is largely a forgotten figure who needs to be recognized along with John Woolman and Anthony Benezet. Mifflin was possibly the most important American antislavery activist of the late-eighteenth century.



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