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History , 10.12.2020 09:09

1. To whom is this letter written? Why did Toussaint write it?
2. In Toussaint's opinion, why would it be impossible to restore slavery to Saint Domingue?
3. Is there a threat in this letter? If so, what is the threat?
4. What does this document tell us about Toussaint Louverture's place in Haitian history?
5. In telling the story of Toussaint Louverture, why should emphasis be placed on his role as a liberator of slaves?

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