Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave: How did patriotism affect slavery?

Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave: How did patriotism affect slavery?


narrative of the life of Frederick
Douglas an American slave how did patriotism affect slavery i lash me
patriotism is a really important here [female expert on screen] because slaves or former slaves who
joined the Union Army are fighting for their country
they’re as brave as any of the founding [civil war re-enactment] fathers is the argument that Frederick
Douglass makes so he’s basically saying here we are look at us we are just as
American as you and that’s really really [Douglass talking to two men] essential in changing the public tide of
opinion in the years after the Civil War and it really sets the long path of a
civil rights movement that would allow all people in America to be afforded the
same rights what did African Americans prove by
fighting for the Union Army whose opinion to Douglass hope to change

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