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What former slave brought attention to the issue of slavery through writings and speeches? A. William Garrison B. Harriet Tubman C. Frederick Douglass D. Stephen Douglas
Frederick Douglass brought attention to the issue of slavery through writings and speeches.
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Frederick Douglass brought attention to the issue of slavery through writings and speeches.
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