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This passage is an excerpt adapted from a speech given in 1917 by American Senator Robert LaFollette. In the speech, LaFollette explains the special importance of free speech during times of war and the relation between free speech and democratic governance.
1. The position that LaFollette takes is best described as
2. In the passage, LaFollette draws a distinction between
3. Which choice provides the best evidence for the answer to the previous question?
4. As used in line 8, "incommunicado" most nearly means
5. Lines 32-36 suggest that
6. Based on the information in the passage, citizen governance is necessary in all of the following situations EXCEPT
7. The principal rhetorical effect of the phrase in lines 48-50, ("its causes…peace should be made") is to
8. Which choice provides the best evidence for the answer to the previous question?
9. The author's attitude toward "the attempt to stifle" (line 63) can be described as
10. As used in line 83, "inviolable" most nearly means
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