Moral Courage

Why did a group of teenagers watch a friend die instead of putting their own reputations at risk? Why did a top White House official decide to come clean and accept a prison sentence during Watergate? Why did a finance executive turn down millions out of respect for her employer? Why are some willing to risk their futures to uphold principles? What gives us the strength to stand up for what we believe?

As these questions suggest, the topic of moral courage is front and center in

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Publisher:HarperCollins
ISBN:9780061749780
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Words: 97,854
Unique Words: 7,766
Avg Sentence (words): 17.36
Avg Word (chars): 4.63
Chapters: 23
Paragraphs: 3,300
People: 836
Places: 276
Things: 478
Adult Reading Time:6:31
Sentiment: 0.02
Intensity: 0.11
Profanity: 28
SAT Words: 1,141
Reading Level:9.4
Complexity Index: 121

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