1) Is it fair to call Garrison paternalistic? Why or why not? (Answer should be a paragraph supported with evidence from the essay)
2) Read chapters 1-3 and complete a triple entry journal (six quotes):
column A- quote
column B- what does Douglass want you to know, think, believe?
column C- reflection - How does this connect to our E. Q? What most suprised, inspired or shocked you about this quote? How does this connect to another book you have read? Are you noticing any themes?