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Submitted photo Adam Bright, left, won the 2012 Think-Off with his argument that humankind is inherently evil. To his right is moderator George Biltz, and to the far right is Ed DeLong, who also argued on the side of 'evil.'

'Evil' argument wins at 20th annual Think-Off

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'Evil' conquered 'good' at the 20th annual Great American Think-Off on Saturday.

The contest asked four finalists to debate human nature as either inherently evil or inherently good, and New York man Adam Bright, arguing on the side of 'evil,' took home the top prize.

This was the second time in Think-Off history that this question was asked; the first time, in its inaugural year, the contest resulted in a draw.

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