Frederick Douglass Essay | Frederick Douglass-the Story of Slaves by a Slave

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Frederick Douglass-the Story of Slaves by a Slave

Summary: Its about how Douglass used his story to help the abolitionist cause,why the story is valid and what slavery does to white people.
After the American Revolution, slavery became a more significant component in the American economy. As a result of many slave owners being materialistic, slaves were overworked and treated callously. One such slave was Frederick Douglass. Through most of his life, Douglass was trapped in a typical slave environment. However, Douglass taught himself to read and eventually escaped the desolate life of a slave. After his freedom, Douglass wrote his autobiography, Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, which chronicled his life story. In his book, Douglass details his slave upbringing and how it affected him. His autobiography was incredibly comprehensive which is one reason why it was accepted to be accurate. In addition, Douglass's life story furthered the abolitionist cause. His rationale on what slavery does to white people is one example that advanced the abolitionist causes.

Most slaves were treated inhumanely...

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