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As Stanley Milgram's fake, electrical-shock experiments showed several decades ago, many of us, when put into a position of power, may end up wielding our newfound authority with a tinge of sadism.
Michael Halperin, who wrote "All Steps Necessary," a new Holocaust-themed play being...