Chasing Lincoln's Killer James Swanson Analysis

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Power and conflict impact people's freedom all the time. Chasing Lincoln's Killer by James L. Swanson and A Narrative Life of Frederick Douglass by Frederick Douglass show how power and conflict affect freedom. Chasing Lincoln’s killer is how John Wilkes Booth was planning to kill President Abraham Lincoln. A Narrative Life of Frederick Douglass is based on a slave who was taught how to read and found out that being a slave wasn't the only option and that he could be free. Power and conflict impact freedom by limiting it and taking it away. In the text, Chasing Lincoln’s Killer By James L. Swanson, conflict impacts freedom by having two sides of a war be fought and when one side wins, the other has to comply. In paragraph 11 the text stated,