Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass


what was similar about the way slave holders treated their slaves in the country and the city? what was different?

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Country slaves have it harder than slaves in the city. Country slaves are often whipped and starved. Slave owners in the city want to look like they take care of their slaves. A well-treated slave is a status symbol in the city.