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Which best describes the personal prejudice of juror number 10 in the movie The Angry Men?

Some of the jurors had a personal prejudice towards the case.

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Barry Mclean

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Answered Apr 10, 2019

The correct answer to this question is racial prejudice. Juror #10 is from the 1957 film "12 Angry Men". This drama film was directed by Sidney Lumet. It tells the story of 12 jurors, which are all men, while they deliberate whether the defendant should be convicted or acquitted. Juror #10 has a cold and is a racist.

Throughout the film, he continues to spew racial statements in hopes to bring the other jurors to his side. When he says "these people" or "their element", he is referring to people of color. In the end, none of the other jurors listen to him.

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John Adney

John Adney

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Answered Feb 15, 2017

Racial prejudice
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John Smith

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Answered Dec 21, 2016

Racial prejudice
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