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These repugnant events may not have had an effect on Madison, but the efforts of his parents were a factor. The institution of slavery as Madison grew up with it combined "the personal ease of the master with a life long consideration of the servant. "2 In his book, A History of the Old South, Clement Eaton describes many Southerners as having a guilt complex over slavery. Historians are uncertain whether James Madison had a guilt complex but he did grow up with a respect for the slaves on his father's farm. This respect stayed with Madison his entire life.
He gave details how slaveholders first remove a child from his immediate family, and how that destroys a child’s support network and sense of personal history. Douglass never knew a lot about himself, including how old he was. The white children were able to tell their a... ... middle of paper ... ...he evils of slavery. Freedom to Frederick Douglass means a place where you are not scared of being taken into bondage. He didn’t believe anywhere in the United States is free because there is always the chance that a black man can be taken back into slavery because of the Fugitive Slave Laws.
Salem Literature Web. 21 Apr. 2014. 8. Johnson, Claudia D. "Hawthorne and Nineteenth-Century Perfectionism."