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    What would you like to ask? Who said, "I disagree with what you have said, but I will defend to the death your right to say it"?

    I always thought it was Oscar Wilde, or maybe Voltaire.

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    Though these words are regularly attributed to Voltaire, they were first used by Evelyn Beatrice Hall, writing under the pseudonym of Stephen G Tallentyre in "The Friends of Voltaire" (1906), as a summation of Voltaire's beliefs on freedom of thought and expression.


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