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Acceptance Speech, Elie Wiesel, 1986
This is Elie Wiesel’s (author of the autobiography “Night” and a Holocaust survivor) acceptance speech given in 1986 for winning the Nobel Peace Prize.

Which of the following statements is NOT addressed in this speech?


The Holocaust was a singular event of genocide that is impossible to forget.


There are more acts of injustice done daily, and more can be done to end it.


Being indifferent supports acts of oppression.


Violence and terrorism is not an adequate response to end oppression.

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