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@GOOD Asks: Would You Break the Law To Do the Right Thing? The Community Answers

If something is against the law but the right thing to do, should you do it?

Yesterday on Twitter and Facebook, we teamed up with community member @Reecannoli to ask our friends: If something is against the law but the right thing to do, should you do it?

We ask a question to our Twitter and Facebook faithfuls once a day, so if you’re not yet fa @GOOD follower or fan, make sure to sign up and participate in the conversation.

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Should Journalists Who Witness Killings Try and Stop Them?

A new killing in South Africa raises the question about when it's right to intervene to try and save a life.

The still above was taken from a new video on the New York Times website. It depicts a hundreds-strong mob in Diepsloot, South Africa, attacking a man they falsely accused of being a thief. Farai Kujirichita was actually an innocent Zimbabwean immigrant, but when the mob swarmed on him, they beat him with sticks until he was dead.

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Can You Guess the Moral Issue That Most Divides Americans?

One argument continues to divide us the most, and it's not gay marriage or abortion.

Twelve years after Dr. Jack Kevorkian went to prison for murder when he helped a man with Lou Gehrig's disease die, American's are still sharply divided about the morality of doctor-assisted suicide. With 45 percent of people believing euthanasia is OK, and 48 percent against the practice, that issue stands atop a new Gallup poll of the nation's most divisive moral conundrums. Second and third were abortion and having a child out of wedlock, which is surprising when one ponders the adoration of "Brangelina."

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