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5 July, 07:44

What does don't take advantage of people weaker than you mean? Or " don't kill mockingbirds" It's from the book To Kill a Mockingbird

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  1. 5 July, 08:52
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    In other words, "don't exploit the vulnerability." It is pretty self-explanatory to me so I am not sure how to explain though.

    "Don't kill mockingbirds" basically involves innocence. Mockingbirds don't do anything harmful so it's immoral to cause harm to them.
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