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In the article, "Why Do We Hate?" Jim Mohr explains: "There is no simple answer to why people hate. Hate can be sparked by greed, or fear, or a tribe bonding together in opposition to another. People looking to belong will hate others to fit into a group." Is greed, fear, or tribal bonding responsible for the feud between the Montagues and Capulets, or is there another driving force that causes them to fight? Use evidence from your reading of Romeo and Juliet this far to support your claim. Use proper spelling and punctuation in your response.

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  1. Jack1
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    ok, well what do u have so far?

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