American History

RACE MAN

black man and one of the era’s most prolific writers and speakers, Frederick Douglass was a philosopher, constitutionalist, theologian, and advocate of natural rights. Emulating Jeremiah and Isaiah, he cast himself as a prophet scornful of slaveholders, their poor

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