The iconic phrase:"I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the Death your right to say it", which is often cited to describe the principle of 'Freedom of speech' is being actually said by which of the following persons?

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  1. George Bernard Shaw
  2. Evelyn Beatrice Hall
  3. Voltaire
  4. Mahatma Gandhi
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Answer: Option 2

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