Formula of the end in-itself

Bennett’s “The Conscience of Huckleberry Finn” and Kant’s formula of the end in-itself (as presented on O’Neill’s “Kant: A Simplified Account.” 1) State the main claims by Bennett on morality and sympathy regarding Huck Finn and one of the other persons Bennett discusses (i.e. either Himmler or Edwards). Be sure to also specify what you think the main “take away” is from Bennett’ standpoint. 2) What do you think a Kantian might say about Huck Finn and the other character you discuss (i.e. either Himmler or Edwards). Be sure to offer reasons from a Kantian standpoint. 3) Do you think the moral frameworks in Kant and Bennett are contradictory or complimentary? Texts: Bennett, “The Conscience of Huckleberry Finn”; O’Neill, “Kant: A Simplified Account”