Aaron Sorkin reads Brietbart for inspiration: "A cartoonish version of hatred and bigotry"

When Academy Award-winning writer Aaron Sorkin began to craft the characters in his rendition of Harper Lee's "To Kill a Mockingbird" for the Broadway stage, he honed in on the town's unemployed villain, Bob Ewell, and gave him real anxieties inspire...

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