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He was bound by the shackles of slavery until he was in his mid-twenties when he escaped to the North where he was to use what skills he had learned while in bondage to live the rest of his life as a freeman. Although Frederick Douglass lived the large majority of his life as a freeman, through his insightful narrative he is able to paint a vivid portrait as to the overwhelmingly negative affects of the institution of slavery for both the whites and blacks of both the North and the South...
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Even though the consequences of slavery are made evidently clear throughout Douglass' narrative, none is shown so clearly as those incurred by the Southern Blacks. From a very young age, it is made blindingly obvious by Douglass that slaves are voided of the simplest civil liberties that any human-being justly deserves...
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