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Frederick Douglass definition of slavery I believe changed many times throughout his life and experience Frederick Douglass not only underwent a transformation but being intelligent and endowed with the gift of voice he also had a sharp perspective on the blights of racism and slavery As Douglass looked back at his days of slavery he realized that the graveyard of the mind that American slavery was for him was the same for the rest of black America Douglass learned and mastered proper English and used it to show the very same group who invented and hoarded it the evil that they and their withholding of language caused Throughout this paper I will discuss the Industrial Revolution and even talk about other forms of slavery as they existed Frederick Douglass was an emancipated slave who passed from one master to another until he finally found the satisfaction of being his own he went through almost as many names as masters The Industrial revolution much like Douglass life was a time of drastic change and transformation from hand tools and hand made items to machine manufactured and mass-produced goods This change generally helped life but also hindered it as well Pollution levels in the atmosphere rose working conditions declined and the number of women and children working increased The government the arts literature music and architecture and mans way of looking at life all changed during the period Two revolutions took place both resulting in productive but also dire consequences Before the first industrial revolution Englands economy was based on its cottageindustry Workers would buy raw materials from merchants take it back to their cottages hence the name and produce the goods at their home It was usually owned and managed by one or more people who were generally close to the workers There was a good workerboss relationship which was demolished and destroyed by capitalism In a way this was also a form of
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