Give an example from the past that indicates a similar result or a current social policy that might be regarded as wrong, which therefore needs to be changed.
Of course, once most people agree that a social policy is wrong, it becomes easier to change it, which is why all of these are from the past. [ Current policies are rarely agreed to be generally wrong by enough, which means you find many who don't agree that they are wrong.
Obvious examples include:
- Treating corporations not only as legal entities (which they need to be) but as "people" with
all the attendent rights. ]
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