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"Until Haiti spoke, the slave ship, followed by hungry sharks, greedy to devour the dead and dying slaves flung overboard to feed them, ploughed in peace the South Atlantic, painting the sea with the Negro's blood." What do Douglass' words suggest about the effects of Haiti's revolution? that Americans should mourn Haiti's tragic loss of lives that troubles in Haiti added to slavery elsewhere that American assistance was vital to Haiti's successful revolution that Haiti's success prompted others to fight against slavery

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  1. anonymous
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    Most likely A because of the dramatic word use.

  2. anonymous
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    thank you:)

  3. anonymous
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    No problem!

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