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HATE IN OUR SOCIETY In Andrew Sulivans article What So Bad About Hate and Dave Culles Inside the Columbine High Investigation both authors talk about hate and its impressions on our society Sullivan says that there is no way to abolish hate but that we have to learn to live with it Cullen states that all the rumors spread about the columbine high school killings are untrue Both authors share common ideas about hate how it affects our society and how hate derives within hate In Cullens article he states that Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold were equal-opportunity haters railing against minorities and whites praising Hitlers final solution and then ranting against racism cullen 1 They hated everything Therefore the rumors about them of having chose their victims because of their social skin religion or beliefs are untrue The people they killed were the unlucky ones Every victim was a way of discharging their hate Cullen does not go so deep in talking about hate as Sullivan does in his article Sullivan gives various examples of hate crimes He says that he wonders again and again of how the transformation from hate to violence occurs I am still drawn again and again to the flash of ignition the moment when fear and loathing became hate the instant of transformation1 He states that there is no way to define hate or how it originated Hate will always be in America a free country will always mean a hateful country and we will have to learn to live with it or co-exist despite it 8 Both authors agree that hate derives from hate Cullen stated that investigator found out that Harris and Klebold were often called names in school and that they were even outcast from the so-called Trench Coat Mafia People tried to link this events and others the blame to be sure that this could no happened in their district
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