Frederick douglass viewed the abolition of slavery as: question 11 options: not the end of the nation’s work, but the beginning of a new phase of it. the crowning achievement of his life. proof that the nation really did not suffer from racial prejudice. confirmation that lincoln deserved to be remembered as a christ-like martyr. an important step that must be followed by the colonization of freed slaves outside the united states.
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question: for each statement, select whether it is true of the central pacific railroad, the union pacific railroad, or both.
the correct answer is:
it began in nebraska. - union pacific railroad
it began in california. - central pacific railroad
it went through the sierra nevada. - both
it went through the rocky mountains. - union pacific railroad
republican dwight d. eisenhower won a landslide victory over democrat adlai stevenson, ending a string of democratic party wins that stretched back to 1932.