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Composite Nation

Composite Nation

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Author(s)/Editor(s): Douglass, Frederick - -

YearMonthDay of Publication: 20230215
Standardized Book Category: American Government - National
Language: English
Page Count: 00048

Publisher Marketing: "The voice of civilization speaks an unmistakable language against the isolation of families, nations and races, and pleads for composite nationality as essential to her triumphs." --Frederick Douglass Renowned activist and orator Frederick Douglass delivered his "Composite Nation" speech throughout the country from 1869-1875, sharing his ardent vision of a future America that would draw strength from diversity. Central to the speech is Douglass's unambiguous support for Chinese immigration and citizenship. Other then-radical ideas examined in "Composite Nation"--universal human rights, religious liberty, and more--continue to resonate with modern activists. Frederick Douglass (c. 1818-1895) was an abolitionist, social reformer, orator, and writer. One of the most influential Americans of the nineteenth century, Douglass was known for his rhetorical brilliance. Douglass's speeches drew large audiences nationwide, and his first autobiography is considered the most famous narrative by a former slave. David W. Blight is the author or editor of over a dozen books, including the Pulitzer Prize-winning Frederick Douglass: Prophet of Freedom and annotated editions of Douglass's first two autobiographies. At Yale University, Blight is Sterling Professor of History and Director of the Gilder Lehrman Center for the Study of Slavery, Resistance, and Abolition.

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