They were self-made men, charismatic giants in their day, living in a time when the power of intellect became the measure of a man. Frederick Douglass and Abraham Lincoln would meet only a few times in life, yet the impression they made on each other was far greater than either of them expected. Theirs was an uncommon friendship neither would live to forget.
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