"Why Societies Need Dissent" by Cass R. Sunstein

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Date: August 23, 2001
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This greatly differs from the "normal" view that dissenters are in fact not only selfish in that they think of only their own opinion, but also disloyal and commint treason.
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Sunstein starts the book by discussing the conformers, admitting that conformity can be easy an dat times, not bad, as it prevents ostracism, allows decisions based on others' experience, and gives minimal anxiety )as he presents with his Shakespeare, Lincoln and cigarette examples)...
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