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Q: In Douglass’ speech, he says that he was: (Points : 2) 1 Overcome with exhaustion 2Regretful that he was late 3Happy to be free 4Embarrassed and surprised to be asked to
speak 5None of the above
A: Hi- Weegy needs more information to help you with this question. Which Douglass are you speaking of and when/ where was the speech given?
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