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English, 26.02.2021 17:20

Which quotation is an example of the author using a third-person point of view in "It's My Constitutional Right!"?
"I was crying hard. The cops put me in the back of a police car and shut the door."
"I hated to give that white woman my seat when so many black people were standing."
"Meanwhile, schoolmates who had been on the bus had run home and telephoned Claudette's mother."
"He handcuffed me and then pulled the door open and jumped in the backseat with me."

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