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Abstract: (8 pp) Frederick Douglass' life spanned nearly eighty years, from the time that slavery was universal in American states, to the time it was becoming a memory. Douglass freed himself from slavery, and through decades of tireless efforts he helped to free millions more. His life was a testament to courage and persistence that continues to serve as an inspiration to those who struggle in the cause of liberty and justice. The author presents personal opinions as well as facts. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Subcatagory: Slavery, Racism & Civil Rights