J Chapter Twelve PSDs

J Chapter Twelve PSDs - Chapter Twelve PSDs 12-1 #2; 12-4#...

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Chapter Twelve PSDs 12-1 #2; 12-4# 1,2: 12-6 #1,2 QFT #1; 12-8 #2 QFT #3 12-1 2) The prayer given by Ann Lee deviates from the traditional language of patriarchal religions in that it clearly identifies the speakers belief in a female deity in addition to the accepted male figure. This, combined with the stated “Holy Daughter” suggest a much more equal nuclear family footing, giving both sexes equitable importance. 12-4 1) Garrison describes the gradual emancipation of slaves as slothfully nefarious because he sees slavery as an urgent and mortally harmful problem that needs be attended to immediately, rather than dawdled over. 2) Garrison sites the convincing comparison of a house aflame; he says that it is foolish to reason to a man to slowly and moderately raise the alarm and rescue his family rather than jump up and rush to salvage whatever is possible, likewise it is devoid of wisdom to slow the process of the abolition of slavery. 12-6 1) Douglass uses the Declaration of Independence to illustrate the obvious racism and hypocrisy that ubiquidated the nation during that time period. The line that is probably the most powerful is
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