Frederick Douglass

“That Congress saw what was right, but distrusted the enlightenment of the loyal masses; but what was forborne in distrust of the people must now be done with a full knowledge that the people expect and require it. The members go to Washington fresh from the inspiring presence of the people.”


Frederick Douglass, Collected Articles of Frederick Douglass
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