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20 July, 10:51

What does Douglass call his "pathway from slavery to freedom"?

A. Winning over Sophia Auld

B. Escaping from the Auld's home

C. Learning to read

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  1. 20 July, 12:35
    C. Frederick Douglass stated that the first steps on his "pathway from freedom to slavery" was learning to read. Reading opened up the world of knowledge and allowed Douglass to further his self-motivation into self-actualization through perseverance and determination.
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