|| Introduction: Tribune of the People / Donald Yacovone. -- Wendell Phillips is the subtlest, stubbornest fact of the times: Abolition's golden trumpet and the fall of the slaveholders' republic / James Brewer Stewart. -- The transatlantic mind of Wendell Phillips and the problem of democracy in America / W. Caleb McDaniel. -- A Puritan radical: Wendell Philllips's New England religion / Dan McKanan. -- Wendell Phillips, the rule of law, and antislavery violence / Dean Grodzins. -- Comfortable in his own skin: Wendell Phillips and racial egalitarianism / James Brewer Stewart. -- Wendell Phillips, the Constitution, and constitutional politics. / Michael Les Benedict. -- Wendell Phillips and transatlantic radicalism: democracy, capitalism, and the American labor movement / Peter Wirzbicki. -- The people coming to power!: Wendell Phillips, Benjamin F. Butler, and the politics of labor reform / Millington W. Bergeson-Lockwood. -- The rights of others: Wendell Phillips and women's rights / Hélène Quanquin. -- Wendell Phillips and the American Indian / Angela F. Murphy. -- Race, radicalism, and remembering Wendell Phillips / Donald Yacovone. -- The Phillips Community of Minneapolis: historical memory and the quest for social justice / David Moore, Harvey M. Winje, and Susan Ann Gust in consultation with James Brewer Stewart.