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Right or Wrong?

Summary: Maus by Art Spiegelman. It's about war.
Who sets the rules for what's right and what's wrong? Well whoever it is, he/she sure isn't doing a very good job of it. Apparently, each person's ideas of what's right and wrong differs, which is the reason why war and hate even exist. There is no reason for man to enforce inhumane actions against its own species. Dislike occurs everywhere in the world and can't be prevented, yet hate can be if we just stop and think for a second about what we are really doing. In Art Spiegelman's Maus and Maus II, man's inhumanity to man can be prevented if each human reveals his/her individualistic ideas and puts them into effect; if humans bring out the good within them rather than the bad and think about what they are doing rather than simply follow somebody else's orders, inhumanity will not occur. Almost all humans...

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