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Bryan Simmons English 1101 PA 10 Reading Response Henry should not be made responsible for this disaster, because of Samir’s vehement insistence and certainty. Samir stated repeatedly that he would be okay, and that he would be able to handle whatever situations may arise. By assuring Henry of his competence, Samir removed any amount of responsibility that he may have had.
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Unformatted text preview: • Henry should be made fully responsible for the tragedy that befell Samir on that fateful night. Clearly, Henry’s sense of ethics is at fault, since this activity was a direct violation of the school’s policies on hazing. His sense of empathy and responsibility to his fellow man is also malfunctioning, as he allowed his friend to endanger his life....
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