Title: I Exist
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Slavery was not absent in Haiti. The island was inhabited by the black slaves, and ideas of the Revolution rose up in and effort to gain their freedom. The leader was Toussaint Louverture. Napoleon saw visions of Haiti as a base to extend his empire into Americas. He saw it as regaining Louisiana and conquering more territories so he writes a letter to Toussaint with a sense of equality...
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In the letter Napoleon tells Toussaint that “if liberty is their greatest desire, they can only enjoy it as French citizens, and that every act contrary to the interests of the country…” It seems like Napoleon is not even giving Toussaint a choice, either you are a French citizen or you are not a French citizen...
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