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To Fredrick Douglas the existence of slavery in the United States was an abomination that had to end. Early in his public career he was certain that anti slavery political parties would never have the power to abolish slavery in the USA. Douglas was certain however, that slavery constricted to where it was in the USA would eventually atrophy and die.

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Q: How did Frederick Douglass characterize slavery?
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