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Reading Comprehension - Lines 39-41

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Law and Order - Calvin Coolidge Speech as Governor of Massachusetts, 1920

Coolidge, Calvin. "Law and Order." Nation's Forum. New York. 1920. Authentichistory.com. Web. 20 Mar. 2016.

According to Coolidge (in lines 39-41):

"It is fundamental that freedom is not to be secured by disobedience to law. Even the freedom of the slave depended on the supremacy of the Constitution."

In these lines, Coolidge argues the need for

A

obedience.

B

supremacy.

C

security.

D

freedom.