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Essay heading: 5 Voices of Freedom Articals; Vocabulary and summarys
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He is talking about the system of slavery and about how unjust the Supreme Court is. And if everyone thought the way the Supreme Court did, he might have to go to another country. He wants to over throw the system of slavery. "Singing Praises of John Brown." Vocabulary: Traitor: A person who betrays his or her country, friends, cause, ect...
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He wants to over throw the system of slavery. "Singing Praises of John Brown." Vocabulary: Traitor: A person who betrays his or her country, friends, cause, ect. Summary: This is a song about John Brown, and his attempt at a slave revolt. It is about how the slaves are proud of what he was trying to do, and how brave he was...
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