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‘Twelve Angry Men’ and mastering the art of ethical decision making (access required)

In the classic 1957 drama, “Twelve Angry Men,” an 18-year-old Latino man is accused of first degree murder in the stabbing death of his father. In his jury instructions, the trial judge drives home the significance of the decision the jurors must make: “One man is dead. The life of another is at stake. I urge ...

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