People Have More Power Than Others In The Book Night By Elie Wiesel

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It is not possible for human rights to be actualized for every person. In Elie Wiesel’s book, Night, there are examples of how people have more power than others, therefore people are punished for bad reasons. Going along with this in Elie’s speech, The Perils of Indifference, he talks about how indifference is shown in WW2. There are many ways that Elie shows that it is not possible for human rights to be actualized for every person. People have more power than others, which can lead to people suffering for insufficient reasons. In Elie’s book Night Chapter 1, the Germans begin to deport the Jews in groups from their homes (Elie 1. 18-22). With the Germans starting to show their power towards the Jews, they begin to take away their possessions

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