Frederick Douglass: Answering to the Charge of Infidelity
Frederick Douglass escaped from slavery to become one of his eras leading authors and orators. In 1846, he spoke in London at a public meeting hosted by the British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society. This is Frederick Douglass’ ‘Answering to the Charge of Infidelity’ republished in Lapham’s Quarterly.
From Lapham's Quarterly