Into the Wild

What does Wiesel say about neutrality in the final statements of “Keep Memory Alive”


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He says that neutrality over the holocaust is a sin. He says people must always be vigilant not to let this happen again.

I realize that Aslan has answered your questions here, but none-the-less, if you are asking questions about the novel "Night," you need to post them in the appropriate category.

"Into the Wild," has nothing to do with the novel Night, and posting these questions in this category only serves to confuse the other students who utilize this forum.