Douglass says that "it is not uncommon for slaves even to fall out and disagree among themselves about the relative goodness of their masters." Why did slaves praise their masters in this way, according to Douglass?
They were treated better when they worked for richer masters than when they worked for poorer masters.
They hoped that their masters would hear about their comments and reward them.
They felt better about themselves if they worked for a richer master than others worked for.
They enjoyed arguments and fights as a break from the drear
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B. They hoped that their masters would hear about their comments and reward them.