Photography was still a young technology in 1863, when the image of a whip-scarred slave made clear that <strong>a photograph can change minds</strong> in a way that words cannot&nbsp;

Photography was still a young technology in 1863, when the image of a whip-scarred slave made clear that a photograph can change minds in a way that words
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Photography was still a young technology in 1863, when the image of a whip-scarred slave made clear that a photograph can change minds in a way that words cannot 

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