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History-Goodvevil - Madeline Williams History 106 Dr....

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Madeline Williams History 106 Dr. Carney April 20, 2007 Good vs. Evil By human nature there is always a good vs. evil. This will exist even if in reality there is no such thing. The human mind will place its self in the situation to create a good vs. evil scenario. "All the elements of fear, jealousy, proscription, hatred, and fanaticism had long been present, as they are present in various degrees of intensity in any society.” (Woodward 69) At every stage and at every time a society must deal with its evil. “The mercilessness of nature about them of heat and cold, rain and snow; the mercilessness of the city, of the country in which they lived, of its laws and customs that they did not understand! All of these things had worked together waiting for its chance…it turned them out bag and baggage, and taken their house and sold it again! And they could do nothing, they were tied hand and foot-the law was against them, the whole machinery of society was at their oppressors’ command!” (Sinclair 200)
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