At the end of Scene One, Anne mentions several restrictions placed on the Jewish people. These restrictions included not being able to ride your bike, you couldn’t go to a normal school, you couldn’t go to the movies, you couldn’t ride in a car, and so on. If I was told to live under these types of restrictions, I would be very angry. I would try to protest, even if it meant getting myself killed in the process. What is life without freedom? If I couldn’t even simply ride in an automobile because it might be a means of escape, I would definitely try to do something about it. Going to the movies with my friends is also an activity that I enjoy, as well as riding my bike with my family on weekends. If these conveniences were taken away from me, I would surely protest. It is just as well for being sent to a private Jewish school. I love where I go to school; there are excellent programs to help fund my knowledge and boost my passion for what I love. Many private schools don’t have all the programs my school does, and I am so fortunate to be going here. If the Nazis took this opportunity away from me I would have to protest by still going to the same school. I would do everything they don’t want me to do if it means getting my freedom back. I won’t stand for someone taking control of my life and taking it away.