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Freedom of speech is not something for which the Universal Declaration of Human Rights argues. A. true B. false
Freedom of speech is not something for which the Universal Declaration of Human Rights argues. FALSE.
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Freedom of speech is not something for which the Universal Declaration of Human Rights argues. FALSE.
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