iah #4 - From those materials I have read this week I see...

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From those materials I have read this week, I see Frederick Douglass in a better way. Since I was young, I see Frederick Douglass as an African-American social reformer. But now, I see him as a great revolutionary. Back to his time, the entire 19th century and almost the entire life him, arguably the seminal African American figure in antislavery, equal rights, and many other movements. Through analyze Douglass’s Life and Times, we can see that a means to a fuller appreciation of the achievements of not just one man, but make the American nation fulfill its promise of equal liberty and justice for all. (Introduction: rediscovering the life and times of Frederick Douglass, 5). “Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, An American Slave” is probably the most interesting book to me for this week, I feel how mad, sad, depressed when Frederick Douglass had miserable time and unfair experience. But also, I can feel how ambitious his heart is to fight for the abolish of slavery. One of the white men he mentioned in this book
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