"Where do we draw the line between hero and villain? Why do we call some who break the law heroes and others whose actions hurt some but are for the greater good of all we call villains? Again, I ask, where do we draw the line?" Crayola Johnson wrote of his classmates in his column, Colored Commentary, for the high school paper. How much money does a person have to steal before the charge of premeditated theft passes where the money goes? How much destruction needs to happen before catching a criminal is not worth the price? How could he call a thief who stole to help others a villain and call another a hero simply because he was trying to stop the thief with no regard for others?
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|Size: ||628 KB|
|Publisher: ||Tate Publishing|
|Date published: || 2014|
|ISBN: ||9781633060616 (DRM-EPUB)|
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