Forgiving In Anderson's Letter

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I believe that Jourdan Anderson’s letter was reasonably forgiving but he is not going to forget the trauma that he dealt with for thirty-two years. For example, he will never forget the times his master shot him and how he handled his children in the past. The letter he wrote is very well stated with decent English for a former slave. He mentioned some excellent points explaining why he would or would not come back to work at his previous living quarters. Although he misses the family he was a servant for he is still wary and unsure about if he can trust them. For instance, he wants to make sure his old master is being serious about his inquiry, would offer a good wage for him and his wife, and would ensure that they would be safe. To further
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