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What I’m Reading: Life and Times of Frederick Douglass – 78 in a series – “…sustained with ever increasing intensity and power.”

October 29th, 2019

“Notwithstanding the natural tendency of the human mind to weary of an old story, and to turn away from chronic abuses for which it sees no remedy, the anti-slavery agitation for thirty long years—from 1830 to 1860— was sustained with ever increasing intensity and power.”

From Life and Times of Frederick Douglass: (An African American Heritage Book)

Why I'm Reading: He was whipped oftener who was whipped easiest.

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