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Homework Help: Opinion

Posted by Anon on Friday, October 28, 2011 at 12:02pm.

Generally speaking, what can we learn from a society's villains faced by its heroes that we can't learn from its heroes? Is it easier for you (personally) to understand what a villain represents than a hero?

On a similar note, do you think it's easier to say what you stand against than what you stand for? Why or why not?

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