Well, Frederick Douglas was a bit naive in encouraging, a...

Rubens F. Titus - January 20 2008, 9:16 PM

Well, Frederick Douglas was a bit naive in encouraging, a mostly caucasian nation which imposed a diplomatic embargo since 1801 on a mostly black nation, to improve its diplomatic relationship with the latter.

What caught my attention in this speech is the revalation that carpetbaggers were present in Haiti - plotting coup-d'etat, encouraging sedition, and then suing Haitian governments for huge damages.

Hum Hum Hum truly despicable what they did to this poor nation of negroes.

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SPEECH OF DOUGLAS ABOUT HAITI

Frederick Douglass' Delivered Speech on Haiti at the World's Fair January 2, 1893 In his speech, Douglass told about...

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