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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?

A

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

B

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

C

Being indifferent supports acts of oppression.

D

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

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