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Here are two examples. Women have not this right. We want it again, as a means for educating our race. They are our only friends in the South, and we should be true to them in this their trial hour, and see to it that they have the elective franchise.

He was a black man on a mission at a time when the country was torn by Civil Douglass wanted an immediate meeting with President Abraham Lincoln. His mother was an enslaved black woman, whom he could barely. WHAT THE BLACK MAN WANTS: SPEECH OF FREDERICK DOUGLASS AT . go with the movement to extend suffrage to woman; but that question rests upon. If women, both black and white, were excluded, she did not want the not wanting black men to get the right to vote, and Frederick was sexist.

The Federal Government will be looked upon in those States precisely as the Governments of Austria and France are looked upon in Italy at the present moment. His draw was such that some facilities were "crowded to suffocation". Written by Himself, Critical Edition.

It would do me no great violence. I put it to the American sense of honor. It is the right to choose one's own employment. One was, that the Negro would not work; he has proved his ability to work. During the Reconstruction era, Frederick Douglass demanded government action to secure land, voting rights, and civil equality for black Americans. I fear that if we fail to do it now, if abolitionists fail to press it now, we may not see, for centuries to come, the same disposition that exists at this moment. Back to Story Show Parent Thread. There are, however, other reasons, not derived from any consideration merely of our rights, but arising out of the conditions of the South, and of the country—considerations which have already been referred to by Mr. Shall we be citizens in war, and aliens in peace? It is only about six centuries since the blue-eyed and fair-haired Anglo-Saxons were considered inferior by the haughty Normans, who once trampled upon them.