The Lottery And Stanley Milgram's The Perils Of Obedience

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The Lottery In Shirley Jackson's The Lottery it's about a village that pulls a bunch of pieces of paper to see which family has "won" the lottery. The village does this because it is considered a tradition in the village and some people in the village don't want to break the tradition. Once all the families pull their pieces of paper they look to see which family "Got it". After the family that got the paper that has the lottery, they get that entire family to pull more pieces of paper. If one of the family members pulls a piece of paper with a black dot on it that means you "won", which means the person will get stoned to death by everyone in the village. Shirley Jackson's The Lottery and Stanley Milgram's "The Perils of Obedience" are
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