Harper Lee’s to Kill a Mockingbird remembered

It’s the 50th Anniversary since the Harper Lee’s book to Kill a Mockingbird, won him the Pulitzer Prize.  The book touched the hearts of decent people who recognized right from wrong. This book is of enduring significance and one of my all-time favourite. There are good people in the world and those whose work help us to connect to our humanity. This work is one of them. If someone says that the book did not make them think, I would have to question their humanity  i.e. is that person really a human being?

Check out the story below:

http://www.alternet.org/story/150825/the_enduring_moral_and_political_vision_of_harper_lee%27s_%27to_kill_a_mockingbird%27_?page=2

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