Uncle Tom's Cabin in Ruins
Brimblecomb’s book completely opposed Stowe’s characterization
of slavery and its upholders. The author’s premise was that slaves
were property, and that no one had the right to interfere with another
person’s property. He used arguments based on Biblical doctrine
to support his premise. Brimblecomb believed in black inferiority, in
the benevolence of the slave trade, and in the idea of slavery as a source
of national pride.