Opinion

Two wrongs don’t make a right

The old saying, ‘Two wrongs don’t make a right,’ renounces wrongful conduct and responds to the wrongdoing of others. However, can three, four, five or six wrongs make a right? 

Some would argue that trillions of wrongs together can’t make one right. Meanwhile, right is right even if no one is doing it; wrong is wrong even if everyone is doing it. Another approach would be to follow Saint Augustine who said . . .

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