Some Instances are Just Simply Wrong

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Running Head: Simply Wrong 1 Some Instances are Just Simply Wrong Harold Jackson, Jr. SOC 120 Instructor: Robert Neely November 29, 2010
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2 In our society, there is now and always will be a tolerance for one’s behavior. It doesn’t matter whether it affects us directly or not at all. Judgments can be made regarding this behavior and ultimately our government is set up to punish those that break the law. Sometimes our court system seemingly can’t control what some people say or do. That judgment is left up to the common man. In most instances one is left say “that is just wrong”. We see in our everyday walk that people have no regard for others in many different ways. Whether you turn on the news, radio or just walking down the street, you hear, see or read about a horrific story of an individual being done wrong in some type of way. As Goodman wrote about in our American History, slavery is the deepest exploitation, overriding subject hood to make a person a tool for use. Granted slavery
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This note was uploaded on 11/26/2011 for the course MGT 380 380 taught by Professor Lent during the Spring '10 term at Ashford University.

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