Abolitionist differences

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American History

 

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Rebecca L

 

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June 9, 2017

 

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Douglass uses the fact that there is not equality in the manhood for Negros and for the white man. He says that there were “seventy-two crimes in Virginia in which a black man would be sentenced to death, whereas a white man would only receive the death sentence for two of those crimes.” Fitzhugh described the benefits of slavery for the Negros...
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He talked about how slaves have all the necessities of life provided to them and never have to worry about starving, whereas the free laborer has to work or else he will starve. The one point in which Fitzhugh does agree with Douglass and Garrison is that he, and much of the South, admitted that they were aware that slavery in general is morally wrong and is a violation of human rights...
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