Human Rights In John Steinbeck's Of Mice And Men

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There are many human rights in "Of Mice And Men." Some rights include right to economic opportunity. A right to a fair wage, and a right to medical assistance for those with special needs. I think the author's main message was the right to be treated equal even if mentally disabled. " A guys goes nuts if he ain't got nobody. Don't make no difference who the guy is." So far in "Of Mice And Men" George and Lennie have started working on a ranch. While on the ranch Curley's wife becomes very flirtatious . Soon trouble rises when Curley attacks Lennie, and Lennie breaks Curley's hand. After the incident Curley begins to resent Lennie even more. I predict something will happen to Curley's wife, and Curley will go after Lennie
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