The Father Of The Underground Railroad Analysis

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William Still " the father of the underground railroad" was an abolitionist movement leader with whom much respect should be given. . The Underground Railroad was a term used to describe a network of people who helped escaped slaves on their way to freedom.I think it 's ironic that it is believed the term was coined by a slave chaser. It 's hard to imagine that the dollar value of slaves were greater than the dollar value of American banks. The economics of slavery is staggering. The conditions in which slaves had to live by were heartbreaking and left slaves with little choices. They suffered beatings; diseases, lack of food. There families were taken from them and sold at auctions. I believe the chance of freedom and being with your
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