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Vonnegut’s Harrison Bergeron & Humber’s “Defense of Reverse Discrimination”-Ethics

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Charitably imagine how a character from Vonnegut’s Harrison Bergeron would argue for or against a significant argument from Humber’s “Defense of Reverse Discrimination,” then argue for or against that imagined argument. 1) explain the barest amount of Vonnegut’s Harrison Bergeron your reader would need to know to understand the arguments spelled out in 3) and 4), below; 2) explain a significant argument from Humber’s “Defense of Reverse Discrimination” relevant to the arguments spelled out in 3) and 4) below; 3) charitably imagine how a character from Vonnegut’s Harrison Bergeron would argue for or against that significant argument from Humber’s “Defense of Reverse Discrimination” presented by you in 2), above; 4) argue for or against that imagined argument in 3) above; and 5) defend your argument in 4) against a naysayer to either your argument’s premise(s) or your argument’s conclusion.