The Narrative Of The Life Of Fredrick Douglass

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Fredrick Douglass Education can free people from things that they might not even know that there enslaved to, this is the idea that Fredrick Douglass has throughout his narrative, his idea was that if slaves had the ability to read and write then they would realize the power and rights that they are entitled to as a human being. In the Narrative of the life of Fredrick Douglass; Fredrick Douglass saw that education was freedom so he worked hard to learn how to read and write. Fredrick Douglass was a self-taught slave who saw the path to freedom, for him the key to freedom was education, more specifically learning how to read and write. Douglass knew that the slave owners did not want their slaves to read and write because
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