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This essay will discuss two speeches Perils of Indifference by Elie Wiesel, and On Women is right to Vote by Susan B. Anthony. The difference between Elie Wiesel’s speech and Susan B. Anthony’s is lack of equal right where as Elie Wiesel’s is about WWII. The similarities between these two speeches and events are indifference or lack of concern, in both cases these events happened due to lack of concern for both parties. The nation had a lack of concern for those fighting for their lives in Europe for many years, as did men about women’s right to vote, many did not seem to care that women’s rights were not being exercised.“Indifference, then, is not only a sin, it is a punishment.” (Wiesel,1999).In both cases it seems that people ignored the problems until it got to the point where it was almost too late a woman had to do something illegal at the time to make a point and millions had to die before something was done in Europe. Susan B. Anthony discusses that the government for women is

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