Essay about give me liberty his 210 chap 12

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Zeleny Castillo
His 210
Chapter 12
Read pages 432-450 of Chapter 12, and do Review Questions 1-5 at the end of the chapter in the blog below. Additionally, read Frederick Douglass' "The Hypocrisy of American Slavery" and then write me a paragraph in the same blog that explains what you feel was the goal of this speech. Make sure to include a quote that you feel gets Douglass' point across most effectively.
1. How did the utopian communities challenge existing ideas about property and marriage?
The utopian communities challenge existing ideas about property and marriage by prohibiting sexual relations between men and women altogether, others allowed them to change partners at will and the abolition of private property must be
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Many prominent while Americans, both the North and South, supported the colonization of free slaves because their resolution insisted that they were entitled to the same freedom and rights enjoyed by the whites. North argued that Slaves should be freed, but the difficulties posed by racial integration would best be avoided by sending freed slaves to Africa. South, wanted to avoid the problem of the increasing black population in America. Means of avoiding rebellions
5. How was the abolition movement affected by other social and economic changes such as the rise in literacy, new print technology, and ideas associated with the market revolution?
The abolition movement affected by other social and economic changes such as the rise in literacy, new print technology, and ideas associated with the market revolution because it was movement to free the slaves and give them rights. abolitionists wanted to free and receive American freedom, have rights like other white individuals, they also wanted to have rights for self improvement and to be able to have the opportunity to rise from the lower class.

The Goal of Frederick Douglass in the speech "The Hypocrisy of American Slavery" was to really give his point of view and critiques the Americans in the celebration of the 4th of July. A celebration that remind you of freedom, when there are still slaves inside the country. He explains mean while the

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