- attacked the US Constitution because it condoned slavery.
- was a minister who came to his antislavery convictions through the evangelical crusades of the 1820s.
- demanded the immediate abolition of slavery, with federally funded compensation for former slaveholders.
- criticized the colonizationists for moving too slowly in their efforts to emancipate slaves.
ANSWER: The abolitionist William Lloyd Garrison attacked the US Constitution because it condoned slavery.