Douglass Views On Slavery And Slaveholders

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How does Douglass make the point that slavery is not only negative for slaves, but also for slaveholders? The conception of Douglass’s view on slavery shows a perception of his slave life as well as his view of others living the same way. He shows a way of expressing his thoughts as if he was on a popular tv show. He explains his thoughts to help others, even if it means to help encourage how they feel. “I know of such cases; and it is worthy of remark that such slaves invariably suffer greater hardships, and have more to contend with, than others.” This is a big part of how Douglass has a feel for others, and how he can keep that mindset. He fights for what he believes in. Douglass also explains how slavery would never be able to hold him