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what is an example of a slippery slope?
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User: what is an example of a slippery slope?

Weegy: Slippery slope is a course of action that seems to lead inevitably from one action or result to another with unintended consequences.
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User: give me an example of a slippery slope

Weegy: Slippery slope is a course of action that seems to lead inevitably from one action or result to another with unintended consequences.
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User: what is an example of begging the question?

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Here is an examle of a slippery slope:
Colin Closet asserts that if we allow same-sex couples to marry, then the next thing we know we'll be allowing people to marry their parents, their cars and even monkeys.
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