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Solomon was a free slave He encountered the beauty of freedom which is described as having an economical and social life with total liberty Even though free black people at that time in the 19th century really werent able to follow a stable life of liberty and justice they were still better off being pretentiously free than to be tormented every day being slaves Solomon understood the meaning being a slave because he experienced it in a way he wouldve never really thought of But the true importance to his experience is that he had the opportunity to tell of how brutal one person can be to another and how inhumane a person can be Like Solomon there were also many other people who have been driven to the misfortune of being kidnapped and held into the white mans business of slavery Many of these kidnapped people were well acquainted with Solomon whom these people told of their stories to People like Clemens Ray and Eliza contributed on telling their stories Telling stories on how their unfortunate race was subjected to the disadvantages as Solomon described when he was speaking of his father But what is slavery Many books and people best define slavery by describing people who work hard without a wage Normally one would get paid for a hard works labor but these individuals would not In my description of slavery it is the state of being controlled by powerful people in which they inflict oppression onto you and take advantage of the fact that you are defenseless These people are interpreted by the society of that time period as a low class and undeserved type of people who basically do not need rights Liberty on the other hand is having the chance to proceed with life with no tricks and deceptions from anyone It is to be with your loved
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