How Did Mr. Hundert Changed Sedgwick?

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The most compelling evidence is how Mr. Hundert changed Sedgwick grade on the essay in order for him to compete in the prestigious Julius Caesar competition. It turns out that Mr. Hundert lied and what he did was wrong. He simply broke the universal moral code or moral truths which states not to lie, for this reason he also broke Kant theory, because it states that whether or not breaking a rule produces good consequences it is not a relevant factor in determining the moral quality of the act. This was very strange to me because out of everyone I thought that he would have the strongest moral code, but after seeing that he ran away with the other boys after hitting the baseball though the headmaster car window I should have started questioning
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