A sympathetic study by the great teacher & leader of a career which was identified with the race problem in the period of revolution & liberation. The sketch reveals Douglass as the personification of the historical events that marked the transition from slavery to citizenship.
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FREDERICK Douglass THE SLAVE
THE WAYS OF FREEDOM
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