Why did Quakers and other religious leaders in the North oppose slavery?

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  1. A.) They believed it was a sin for one person to own another person.
    B.) They had many African American followers.
    C.) They felt African Americans should be fairly paid for their services.
    D.) They thought that slavery did not reflect American values.

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  2. Which is correct from a religious point of view?

  3. It’s A

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