Frederick Douglass, Pacifism, and Abolitionism
By 1850, Frederick Douglass begins to doubt that a peaceful end to slavery is possible, putting him in opposition to white abolitionists such as William Lloyd Garrison.
Aired: 01/08/13Video has closed captioning.
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