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At the time Douglass gave his speech, the Republic of America was a hundred years old. (Points : 2) True False
The answer is "False." ; "This celebration also marks the beginning of another year of your national life; and reminds you that the Republic of America is now 76 years old. I am glad, fellow-citizens, that your nation is so young. [ Seventy-six years, though a good old age for a man, is but a mere speck in the life of a nation. " excerpts from Frederick Douglas speech "What to the Slave is the
Fourth of July? Frederick Douglass July 5, 1852 ]
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False. Frederick Douglass gave his speech on July 5, 1852. The Republic of American was not a hundred years old yet.
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