Gradualism in the context of American civil rights history advocates slow, measured progress toward racial justice and harmony.
The Avalon Project : Pennsylvania - An Act for the Gradual Abolition of Slavery. The Avalon Project at Yale Law School An Act for the Gradual Abolition of Slavery.(1) SECTION 1. WHEN we contemplate our abhorrence of that condition to which the arms and tyranny of Great Britain were exerted to reduce us; when we look back on ...http://www.yale.edu/lawweb/avalon/states/statutes/pennst01.htm
Historian Sees Shaka Zulu Differently Based on Bantu PressuresGradual population shifts are shown by gradual changes in language, trade, and agricultural products. Roland Oliver discusses this evidence in an article in the Journal of African History. Also, Dapha Golan incorporates all the evidence in a ...http://www.americancivilrightsreview.com/mailshaka.html
Battle of Malvern Hill The Confederates gradually pushed the timid McClellan back to the safety of his base on the James River. McClellan's Peninsular Campaign had failed and his army was withdrawn. Casualties for the week stood at Union, 15,849; Confederate, 20,141. http://www.usahistory.com/wars/malvern.htm