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Frederick Douglass: from Slave to Statesman
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Frederick Douglass: from Slave to Statesman

He was one of the most revered Americans of the 19th century. His story of personal triumph—humble origins to national prominence—is equal to or greater than that of Andrew Jackson, Abraham Lincoln, or Ulysses Grant. He never became a politician,

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Frederick Douglass: From Slave to Presidential Advisor
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Frederick Douglass: From Slave to Presidential Advisor

Born a slave, he rose to become a prominent abolitionist, statesman, author, and respected figure around the world. The most photographed African American of the 19th Century, he was also a recognizable figure even as his very identity put him

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White Liberal Saviors: Crippling Black America One Poor Black Soul at a Time
Anti-Trump 4th of July Protest in DC Features 'Baby Trump' Blimp
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Anti-Trump 4th of July Protest in DC Features 'Baby Trump' Blimp

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