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Photo by Lou Hoglund Adam Bright of Boulder, Colo. won the 20th annual Great American Think-0ff in New York Mills. This year's contest revisited the very first debate question, "The Nature of Humankind: Inherently Good or Inherently Evil?" Bright argued that humanity is evil. He was one of four finalists to debate at the tournament-style contest.

20 years later, evil wins

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Is the nature of humankind inherently good or evil?

The very first question of the Great American Think-Off in New York Mills ended up being a draw, but evil won the argument when the question was revisited for the 20th annual Think-Off last weekend.

Adam Bright of Boulder, Colo. won this year's debate contest. A student at Syracuse University pursuing a Master of Fine Arts in poetry, he argued on the side of humanity being essentially evil.

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