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Jul 16, 2021

[Answer] 5. "Better to remain silent and be thought a fool than . . ."

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...1. ". . . to speak out, and remove all doubt." 2. ". . . to correct your mentor, proving him a fool." 3. ". . . to be wrong." 4. ". . . to bring attention to yourself." Abraham Lincoln was a famous orator. In fact, he gave one of the most recognized speeches in the history of the United States, the Gettysburg address. It was a speech of less than 300 words.




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". . . to speak out, and remove all doubt.":


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