"most white northerners at the time  viewed blacks as inferior. . . .only a few [white northerners] held strong opinions about slavery. . . a vocal minority of northerners were abolitionists . . . some white northern bankers, mill owners, and merchants earned a lot of money on southern cotton and tobacco or by trading or transporting enslaved people. they were sympathetic to southern plantation owners and did not want to abolish slavery."
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