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What is the significance of Fredrick Douglass?

My answer: Fredrick Douglass is significant because he was an asset to the abolitionism of slavery and helped the black people, as well as helping women earn fight for their rights.

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    HOW was he an asset?

    HOW did he help black people?

    You need to be adding specifics, not all this vapid and airy wording.

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