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The following is the original source cited in the sentences below: During these leisure times, those old notions about freedom would steal over me again. When in Mr. Gardner s em!lo"ment, # was ke!t in such a !er!etual whirl of e$citement, # could think of nothing, scarcel", but m" life% and in thinking of m" life, # almost forgot m" libert". # have observed this in m" e$!erience of slaver"&&that whenever m" condition was im!roved, instead of its increasing m" contentment, it onl" increased m" desire to be free, and set me to thinking of !lans to gain m" freedom. # have found that, to make a contented slave, it is necessar" to make a thoughtless one. #t is necessar" to darken his moral and mental vision, and, as far as !ossible, to annihilate the !ower of reason. 'e must be able to detect no inconsistencies in slaver"% he must be made to feel that slaver" is right% and he can be brought to that onl" when he ceases to be a man. This is the works cited !age entr" for the !aragra!h above: Douglass, (rederick. )arrative of the *ife of (rederick Douglass. +,-.. /d. 0hili! 1mith. )ew 2ork: Dover 0ublications, #nc.: +33.. 4The 5uotation begins on !. .,% the last words on that !age are 6'e must be able to detect no inconsistencies in slaver"% he must be made to feel6% the rest of the 5uotation is on !. .3.7 8orrect each of the following e$cer!ts from the !aragra!h above, making sure to add an" missing 5uotation marks in the a!!ro!riate !laces and to include an" other material needed to conform to correct M*9, 909, Chicago, 81/, or other documentation st"le. The !arenthetical citations here use M*9 st"le, which "ou ma" alter as needed for the documentation st"le "ou are using. The answers are documented using correct M*9 st"le. #f "ou are using another documentation st"le, check to be sure that "ou have cited the 5uotation correctl". #n some cases, more than one correct res!onse is !ossible.

+ Douglass argues that to make a contented slave, it is necessar" to make a thoughtless one 4.,7.

: To acce!t his condition, a slave should detect no inconsistencies between what slaveholders sa" and what the" do.

; #t is necessar" to annihilate the !ower of reason to make slaves feel contented, notes Douglass 4.,7.

- Douglass recalls, 6When in Mr. Gardner s em!lo"ment, # was ke!t in such a !er!etual whirl of e$citement, # could think of nothing, scarcel", but m" life% # almost forgot m" libert".6 4.,7.

. Douglass !oints out that the moral and mental vision of a slave must be dulled to !revent discontentment from setting in 4.,7.