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Enlightenment writers sometimes tried to avoid censorship by A. writing in Latin. B. disguising their ideas as fiction. C. putting false covers on their books. D. supporting a strict class system.
Enlightenment writers sometimes tried to avoid censorship by disguising their ideas as fiction.
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Enlightenment writers sometimes tried to avoid censorship by disguising their ideas as fiction.

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