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Which one of the following statements best describes the just world hypothesis? A. People who work hard are superior to those who are lazy. B. People deserve what happens to them, whether good
or bad. C. If people act with integrity, they contribute to a just world. D. The world is just, but some people don't think it is.
B. People deserve what happens to them, whether good or bad.
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