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Never Did It End - Essay about Fredick Douglas and his speech on "The Hypocrisy of American Slavery," and over 100 years later how slavery still exists.
Never Did It End
<Tab/>Frederick Douglass, a former American slave and an aggressive abolitionist, gave his famous speech "The Hypocrisy of American Slavery" on July 4th, 1852 to a crowd of abolitionists at Rochester, New York. The speech delivered by Douglas heavily criticized the nation's policies of freedom and slavery; consequently, one could use this speech to describe modern day slavery that is still occurring in several African nations. Slavery in the modern world is a largely ignored topic by the media; meanwhile, slavery in America's past is always a hot topic of deb…
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