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One of the most influential abolitionists, Fredrick Douglass, wasn't your typical freedom fighter. For Fredrick, a former slave had the world against him and still fought for his beliefs. First off escaping from slavery in 1838 had to be a treacherous experience; escaping slavery at any time would be! Most slaves couldn't read or write, but one slave, Fredrick Douglass, broke that barrier and many more...
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One of the most influential abolitionists, Fredrick Douglass, wasn't your typical freedom fighter. For Fredrick, a former slave had the world against him and still fought for his beliefs. First off escaping from slavery in 1838 had to be a treacherous experience; escaping slavery at any time would be! Most slaves couldn't read or write, but one slave, Fredrick Douglass, broke that barrier and many more...
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