Free Produce Movement
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The free produce movement was a boycott against goods that is generated by slave labor. It came about as a method to fight slavery by having consumers buy only produce resulting from non-slave labor; labor from free men and women who were covered their toil. The free produce movement was active right from the start of the abolitionist movement in the 1790s to the final of slavery in the USA in the 1860s.

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