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The more authoritarian the demand, the more it is perceived as justified. Moment 261

The more authoritarian the demand, the more it is perceived as justified. Moment 261
One mechanism that led to the acceptance of draconian interventions

THEM: Surely it’s impossible that the government implemented draconian policies without having the evidence?
ME: Indeed. It’s almost inconceivable, isn’t it?
THEM:
ME:
THEM: Which means they must have had the evidence.
ME:
The more authoritarian the demand, the more it is perceived as justified. Moment 261
The more authoritarian the demand, the more it is perceived as justified. Moment 261
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