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Frederick Douglass' Speech For Individual Rights

Frederick Douglass, who was born into slavery in Maryland, became the most famous of all black abolitionists in addition to being one of the greatest American orators of his day. After the Civil War, Douglass prevailed as a passionate spokesman for th ....

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.... Although Douglass’s speech contains the detestable, horrid facts about slavery and other important issues, he saw a silver lining. “There is hope in the thought,” Douglass said, after he explicated how America is a new nation despite it being around the “old age for a man.” Since the United States has just started out, there is room for reform and changes that will not have the chance to take place if America was older. People should be glad that America is still at the “impressible stage of her existence.” Douglass used the analogy that rivers are li ....

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