Essay heading: Fredrick Douglas

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Slaves finding fault with in their masters in an insult, so many of the slaves complaining about their masters would be sold down the river. "This is the penalty of telling the truth, of telling the simple truth, in an answer to a series of plain questions."(54) From my views, slaves seem to be happy with their master and the treatment they are given, I find this to be true for various reasons, one being because you hardly see any slaves complaining or showing misconduct towards their masters...
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Another reason is that slaves from various plantations would get together and argue and also quarrel over who had the better master. They would argue such cases as to who has the richest, the smartest, or the kindest master. I asked Fredrick Douglass about his feelings towards this assessment. Reporter: How can it be said that slaves are unhappy with their masters, when it is obvious that many slaves are fighting each other over the reputation of their master? What are your feelings towards this whole incident? Douglass: Personally, I find this whole matter, embarrassing and pathetic of many of the slaves...
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