Silenced in a Silent World: The Politically Active Life of
Helen Keller and why it Has Been Forgotten

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Silenced in a Silent World: The Politically Active Life of
Helen Keller and why it Has Been Forgotten

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Amidst darkness and silence, Helen Keller spoke emphatically about her observations of the world around her. Although it rarely was, her voice was not a spoken one, but a written one. Found in the forms of bubbles of Braille, a statement was made that defended that all people deserved equal treatment. "We must fight for the deliverance of the oppressed, the beaten, the betrayed, and the plundered," wrote Helen Keller. These words were only a few of many that she used to profess her opinions.

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Kopchik, Amy. “Silenced in a Silent World: The Politically Active Life of Helen Keller and why it Has Been Forgotten.” Vol. 37, num. 1, Clio - 2011. WCSU Archives, 10 Apr. 2013. Accessed on the Web: 21 Nov. 2019.

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