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The Liberator was to William Lloyd Garrison as the North Star was to A. the Grimke sisters. B. Harriet Tubman. C. Theodore Dwight Weld. D. Frederick Douglass.
The Liberator was to William Lloyd Garrison as the North Star was to Frederick Douglass.
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