Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass

What does Douglass say that the offspring of masters and slaves was creating?


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It was creating much hardship for everybody involved. Offspring from masters and slave women generally receive the worst treatment of all. The master's white wife does not want to be reminded of her husband's private activities. These mulatto children were generally rebuked by both the white and black worlds.