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Four reminders of human strength and goodness after Sandy Hook

Jeremy Adam Smith, Editor, Greater Good Magazine | December 18, 2012

I first heard about the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School on Twitter. In the flood of reactions, one stood out to me. “The children were killed execution style,” tweeted one woman. “People are horrible.” Are people horrible? It’s a question we as a culture pose after every war and atrocity; it’s a question we … Continue reading »