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Unformatted text preview: Megan Scharar HIST-112 (003) 30 September RP # 3 Why might Frederick Douglass have been the most important black man of his time? Criteria for Credit Possible Points Pts Provided Name Course Date Response Paper # and Prompt 1 Typewritten/c lean copy. 1 Spell- checked. 1 Correct use of citations. 2 Full paragraph detailed narrative in answering the question. 5 Succinct and coherent sentence development. 3 Personal reflection and analysis is included in final paragraph. 5 Paper amounts to one full-page. 2 20 Total Points Awarded Per this Assignment Frederick Douglass was an avid abolitionist, extremely intelligent, and strong enough to fight for his freedom. He is the most important black man of his time because of his achievement in overcoming the crippling institution that struck down so many before and after him. Instead of escaping to the North and going into hiding or finding similar work that was done in the South, Douglass went on to become a lecturer, an editor, and a writer. It is remarkable enough that a twenty one year old black man born into slavery was able to read and a writer....
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This note was uploaded on 02/22/2012 for the course HIST 112 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '10 term at Boise State.
- Fall '10
- Frederick Douglass