Frederick Douglass played a hugely important part in ending slavery in the United States of America. Not only a famous orator, Douglass also spoke with President Abraham Lincoln several times personally on the subject of slavery and abolition. Before he became the man who would be one of the most influential people in the abolitionist movement who people would come to erect statues of though, Douglass himself was a slave. Read this memoir and learn of his experiences as a young slave in America. Lean about all the hardships he endured, from physical abuse to personal tragedy, and try not to be deeply affected by this work. It is impossible to finish this work and not have a deep and emotional reaction.
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