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To be sure, most people in 2021 know there is something immoral about openly saying that minorities shouldn’t be afforded opportunities.
Sanders called out Musk’s net worth as “immoral” and “unsustainable,” and Musk defended himself, saying he was “accumulating resources to help make life multiplanetary.”
WHERE IS THE NEXT MLK?SEAN CULLIGANAPRIL 9, 2021OZY
The Mann Act first passed in 1910, for instance, branded women’s mobility as suspect by prohibiting the transport of women across state and national lines for “immoral” purposes.
Another sad legacy of our nation is this country’s propensity to always have a convenient scapegoat to justify its collective immoral behavior.
“They’re trying to shift the burden of that responsibility to the graduate students through an immoral increase in rent in the midst of a pandemic,” Domínguez said.
At a time when awarding medical degrees to women seemed laughable at best and immoral at worst, Elizabeth Blackwell persisted in making a life in medicine.
It is unwise and immoral to accept any important statement without proof.
GOD AND MY NEIGHBOURROBERT BLATCHFORD
Nations, whose constitutions are immoral and unscriptural, are commanded to perform the duty.
Facility for obtaining loans at fair rates will not make immoral men moral.
The law is immoral: it is the conspiracy of rulers and priests against the workers, to continue their subjection.

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