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Tilbury Speech, Queen Elizabeth

In lines 2-6, she suggests she is not afraid of treachery for which of the following reason(s)?


She trusts in the people’s loyalty and in their obligation as more than followers, as friends, because she sees herself as one of them.


She believes she has acted morally towards her people in front of God and expects this will be justly rewarded with their acting in her best interest as well.


She has not abused her power, and therefore has not fueled cause of hatred.


All of the above.


None of the above.

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