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Instructions:Select the correct answer. What paradox of social injustice is presented in these lines from Countee Cullen's “From the Dark Tower”? We shall not always plant while others reap The golden increment of bursting fruit, Not always countenance, abject and mute That lesser men should hold their brothers cheap; The hearing and speaking impaired are routinely victimized by others in American society.

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