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Speaking of Human RightsElie Wiesel provides us with “The Perils Of Indifference” and Susan B. Anthony with “OneWomen's Rights to Vote”. Both provided us with speeches on human rights but from twodifferent perspectives. Not only this but different time periods as well. For Elie Wiesel, he speaksupon the outcomes of being indifference while Susan B. Anthony emphasis was the effect of theindifference. These speeches cover similar and contrasting viewpoints which are going to becovered.Elie Wiesel addresses us with his speech “The Perils Of Indifference”. With this speech, hespeaks upon how the Holocaust affected him. He gave this speech in front of President at thetime Bill Clinton, Hillary Clinton and members of Congress who as a Holocaust survivorcriticizes the leader’s response to the death camps. Wiesel starts off by explaining with what hefirst remembers which is “Fifty-four years ago to the day, a young Jewish boy from a small townin the Carpathian Mountains woke up, not far from Goethe’s beloved Weimar, in a place eternalinfamy called Buchenwald” (Wiesel, 1999). Continuing on with his speech he speaks on his

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