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June 24th, 2011
Episode 602 of 1250 episodes
In To Kill a Mockingbird an innocent man is wrongfully sentenced. The author argues that all we can do in the face of injustice is try, accept, and move on. Should we trust always trust institutions? When the system fails is it enough to have fought, or should we go on to fight again?