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This former slave actually had the opportunity to debate President Lincoln. A. Harriet Tubman B. Gustav Vessey C. Frederick Douglas D. Nat Turner
C. Frederick Douglas : This former slave actually had the opportunity to debate President Lincoln.
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C. Frederick Douglas : This former slave actually had the opportunity to debate President Lincoln.
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