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When fighting for rights, which is tougher: a battle against an oppressive government, or a battle against an oppressive society?
Manal al-Sharif opens her TED talk by asking the audience a question.
“You know that people all over the world fight for their freedom, fight for their rights. Some battle oppressive governments. Others battle oppressive societies.” And then she asks, “which battle do you think is harder?”
Fellow TEDers, which do you think is a tougher battle? And why?