Essay 1 - Although Susan B Anthony and Elie Wiesel faced...

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Although Susan B. Anthony and Elie Wiesel faced discrimination through their lives due to different circumstances, they found a way to overcome them. Susan B. Anthony is a woman thatwas arrested in 1872, because she went to voted illegally by being a woman. Elie Wiesel is a very prominent and successful Holocaust survivor. Susan B. Anthony and Elie Wiesel were both very inspirational people and made a difference. In this essay, I will be comparing and contrasting the speeches given by both people recognizing their similarities and differences. Susan B. Anthony was an activist during 1872. Anthony believed that regardless of gender or race, you as an American citizen should have the right to vote. After Anthony’s arrest, she gave a speech about her illegally casting her vote and the point she was trying to make by voting. In Susan B. Anthony’s speech, she states “We formed a Union not to give the blessing of liberty, but to secure them.” To elaborate further on this statement, Anthony means that since

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